NC Values Voice: Human Life Non-Discrimination Act Edition

Join us today at 7:30pm for a special episode of “The NC Values Voice.” On tonight's special episode of the Voice, Julie Scott Emmons discusses The Human Life Non-Discrimination Act (HB453) which prohibits abortions based on race and/or the prenatal diagnosis of Down syndrome. All babies−born and unborn− have intrinsic dignity and worth and should be protected from the practice of eugenic abortion.  

Tonight, we celebrate the life of Will and Miller and the hundreds of babies each year that are born with Down syndrome.  Because it is estimated that 70% of all babies with a prenatal diagnosis of Down syndrome are aborted in the state, the North Carolina Values Coalition is working with the Primary Bill sponsors to stop the practice of eugenic abortion in North Carolina.  No one deserves to be discriminated against because of his or her race or disability. This is especially true of unborn children who are being marked for death just because someone has determined that they are the wrong race or have the potential or confirmed diagnosis of Down syndrome.

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PS: If you haven’t already, would you help us stop human discrimination in North Carolina by clicking to contact your NC House member and asking them to vote FOR the Human Life Non-Discrimination Act

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