Washington D.C., Sep 16, 2020 / 17:00 pm
Pro-life leaders should prioritize listening and understanding in order to make inroads in the Black community, Black pro-life advocate Benjamin Watson said Tuesday.
While white Christians may be comfortable identifying themselves as "pro-life," some Black Christians who oppose abortion are reluctant to identify themselves as "pro-life" for other reasons, Watson, a former NFL player told an audience of reporters and pro-life leaders on Tuesday evening.
Watson spoke at a screening of his new pro-life movie "Divided Hearts of America" which streams online on Thursday. He and his wife Kirsten are co-executive producers of the movie.
"You look at statistics, the Black community is very, very religious, going back years and decades," Watson said. "We have a desire to honor life."