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Operation: Let My People Go, The March is Not Over

Contact: Rev. Rusty Lee Thomas, 254-715-3134; Pastor James Manning, 917-689-6717; Bishop Otis Kenner, 504-270-3999

JACKSON, Miss., Oct. 10, 2014 /Christian Newswire/ -- "Mississippi stands on the verge of making history, the first abortion-free state in America. We are excited to help hasten the day. In 'Operation: Let My People Go' we will join our black brethren to confront the last remaining death camp in Mississippi and beyond. The racial root of abortion that has led to black genocide must be addressed. Since our black brethren are a target of this monstrosity, they hold a powerful key to defeat it." Rev. Rusty Lee Thomas, National Director of Operation Save America

    Press Conference Details:

    Wednesday, October 15, 2014; 11:00 a.m.
    Jackson Women's Health Organization
    2903 N. State Street, Jackson, Mississippi

Pastor James Manning, Harlem, NY will lead the team of delegates and deliver the eulogy for The Jackson Women's Health Organization. He declared, "A delegation of pastors, politicians, community leaders, and students, reminiscent of the 'Freedom Riders,' from all over America will descend on The JWHO to close Mississippi's only abortion mill."

Mychal Massie from Daily Rant stated, "Between 1882 and 1968, there were 3,446 blacks lynched in the United States. That is an 86 year span. Today in the United States there are 1,876 black babies murdered in the womb every day – which means the total known number of blacks lynched over an 86-year period is surpassed approximately every 45 hours. How many of those 1,876 preborn black babies are murdered at the abortion death mill located right here in Mississippi?" The statistics are shocking. Over 80 percent are committed against babies of color. The majority are black.

Bishop Otis Kenner II, Presiding Bishop of Kingdom Growth Fellowship of United Churches, recently became an Operation Save America leader and OSA's liaison to the black church in America. Kenner believes, "It is time the slumbering spirit that has muted the voices of the African American pastors be awakened. We know that abortion is happening among our members and in our communities, yet we turn a deaf ear and have remained silent far too long. Influence is a waste when not applied to the right circumstances. I urge pastors in God's stead to engage in the work of the church and join with Operation Save America. We must stop the slaying of innocent souls that has decimated our race and invoked God's wrath upon our nation."

Contact:
Rev. Rusty Lee Thomas, 254-715-3134
Pastor James Manning, 917-689-6717
Bishop Otis Kenner, 504-270-3999