Pro-Life Unity Appoints Vice-President Major Samuel Mosteller
December 15, 2008
MEDIA ADVISORY, (christiansunite.com) -- Pro-Life Unity is proud to announce our new Vice-President, Major Samuel Mosteller. Major Mosteller has proven his ongoing commitment to advancing life and liberty amongst all Americans through his tireless efforts on the state and national level.
He has been involved with Pro-Life Unity as a consultant since early February 2008, and is a leader with the Defund Planned Parenthood campaign. "We have come to recognize and covet his expertise in strategy and implementation," said Jenny Hodges, National Director of Pro-Life Unity. "I'm looking forward to unveiling our 2009 initiatives, and seeing American Terrorism against women brought to an end."
Major Mosteller enthusiastically accepted this new challenge. "I'm delighted to be a part of a movement preserving life and liberty. I have been a Civil Rights activist for a long time and look forward to helping lead Pro-Life Unity into the 21st century. I recognize that elements of our government and private sector undermine the black community, as seen with the prevalence of black genocide imbedded in the abortion industry."
Pro-Life Unity sounded the alarm last year in Georgia regarding the flagrant black genocide in Atlanta during their work on the grassroots campaign for HB1, a bill to criminalize prenatal murder, and HR 536, The Personhood Amendment. Today growing awareness regarding the demise of the black population through abortion is sweeping the nation. "We are honored to be able to have on our staff a black leader who has demonstrated an ability to bring people together into cohesive action," said Martin Hawley, National Legislative Director for Pro-Life Unity.
"It's time for the pro-life community to demand that our representatives in civil government advance protection for American women and prenatal children. Conservative media must also be challenged to defend the defenseless, not just giving lip service to the problem by using the abortion topic as a talking point," urged Pro-Life Unity President Peter Shinn.