Union City, CA (PRWEB) December 19, 2007
The African-American community is facing a crisis as the respect for the integrity of human existence is being undermined by both the abortion industry and the ever-increasing impact of biotechnology. The Issues4Life Foundation was formed to meet the challenges of these issues head on.
The Issues4Life Foundation is dedicated to addressing the issues surrounding the inviolability or sanctity of human life in the African-American community. Abortion in the African-American community has become a form of genocide. "Our children are dying faster than we are able to replenish," said Issues4Life Foundation Founder, Walter B. Hoye II.
Their mission is to strengthen the African-American community by educating her leadership about the impact of abortion and the moral responsibility of biotechnology. By working with other "like-minded" individuals and organizations, the Issues4Life Foundation can see a future where those most vulnerable to abuse in the African-American community are defended and human dignity is promoted.
The Issues4Life Foundation promotes and encourages dialogue within the African-American community by creating opportunities to address the following issues:
- Theology and Biotechnology
- Cloning and Stem Cell Research
- Malthusian Genetics and Eugenics
- Public Policy
"Without Life we have nothing. In one form or another, the inviolability or sanctity life is the number one issue facing the human race today," said Walter B. Hoye II, Issues4Life Foundation Founder.