Dr. Mildred Fay Jefferson: Ending Abortion Was Always Her Goal

Very rarely is there a person so brilliant, so dedicated, and so compassionate that her words and wisdom live on well past her time on earth. Mildred Fay Jefferson was one such woman.

By Judie Brown

Mildred Fay Jefferson, MD (1926-2010) was a heroine extraordinaire to all of us who knew her, who listened to her powerful speeches, who read her inspiring pro-life quotes, and who recognized her passion for putting an end to the act of abortion once and for all.

Dr. Jefferson never spoke about the fact that her African American identity set her apart. Rather, she spoke about equal rights and human rights for all human beings, from the moment God created each of them until their death. She was one of the best examples I will probably ever know of someone who walked the walk each and every day of her life.

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Source: Dr. Mildred Fay Jefferson: Ending Abortion Was Always Her Goal – Homepage – News | American Life League

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2 thoughts on “Dr. Mildred Fay Jefferson: Ending Abortion Was Always Her Goal

  1. The Colorful Race called Humanity

    O my Lord, I really don’t understand
    all the hassle about race or skin color
    this hatefulness is going out of hand
    aren’t we all created in Your honor

    I grew up without any idea of racism
    meeting a different skinned person
    was exciting enriching magnetism
    it gave my soul a gentler version

    To live in a loveless egocentric world
    is more of a punishment than of a gift
    almost everyone in himself is curled
    my soul, O Lord, really needs a lift

    Different shades are more inviting
    than the boring one color only idea
    to love each other without fighting
    is far away from the forbidden tree

    We are born with a colorless soul
    spotless, impeccable and eternal
    without it the body is not whole
    let’s therefore strife to be fraternal

    Rita Biesemans, November 12 2016

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