All posts by Ayesha Kreutz

“Find out just what any people will quietly submit to and you have the exact measure of the injustice and wrong which will be imposed on them.” Frederick Douglass

The NYS is positioned to create the most radical pro-abortion State in the union.

Join us on January 22, 2019, at 10:45 on the steps of 135 University Avenue, Rochester 14605 for a press conference with local pastors and community leaders and national pro-life leader Walter Hoye, author of Black and Pro-Life in America.

Later (6p -730p), Hoye will join hundreds of local pro-life advocates at 135 University Ave in Rochester, NY to mourn the murder of so many children and reject the passing of the Reproductive Health Act and the two companion bills which are sure to further devastate our communities.

The abortion expansion bill known as the Reproductive Health Act (RHA) (S.240-Krueger/A.21-Glick) moves far beyond codifying Roe v wade with two of its most egregious points being the removal of the existing protections for children born alive following an attempted abortion and allowing non doctors to perform abortions.

The Eugenics movement is alive and well and our humanity is paying the cost.

The devastating cost of abortion is human life, human dignity and humanity.

Across NY we have been seeing a decline in the black population choosing abortion. In NYC the rate was down from down from 116 abortions for every 100 live births to 99 abortions per 100 live births.

“RHA is sure to put us back into the endangered species depopulation area we just fought so hard to come out of.”

In Monroe county abortions are down 15% which is 3 times the rest of the state.

Statewide, 44.1% of all black pregnancies end in abortion. Outside of NYC it is 35.4%. In NYC it is 47.7%. The biggest benefactor of the 3 NYS Senate bills is Planned Parenthood whose clear intent is to target minority communities for abortions. An intent made clear by their choice of locations for their “clinics”, which are mostly in neighborhoods with high numbers of Blacks and Hispanics” says, Ayesha Kreutz, Founder and Pro-Life Director of the Frederick Douglass Foundation of New York.

Mrs. Kreutz goes on to say, “As science and medical technology advances NY heads further back into the dark ages.” “Denying personhood to a group of people is oppression and upholding the fundamental right for one group of people to destroy another is slavery. That is essentially what the progressives and pro-abortionists are celebrating. When systemic oppression is celebrated by the legislature it only goes to show us what they hold dear.”

We are honored to welcome back Walter Hoye to continue cultivating a culture of life, acceptance and hope instead of the death and rejection we see coming out of Albany.

Abortion costs us our humanity and we will continue to ask “Am I not a child, a son or a daughter?”


NewYork – June 18th, 2017
For more information or statements, please contact Chaplain Ayesha Kreutz at 585-615-9551
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    The group Am I Not A would like to begin with a Thank You. The “Fatherhood Begins in the Womb” Billboard along 490, going east near the Winton road exit, would not be possible without Peaceful Solutions and Ryan Bomberger of the Radiance Foundation.

We are asking Fathers to step up in declaring and living the FATHERHOOD-BEGINS-IN-THE-WOMB lifestyle. We want to celebrate and encourage those men who are fathers to their children, their step-children, and their adoptive children. You do not go unnoticed.
Abortion is not a just a “woman’s issue.” The person that the baby in the mother’s womb is destined to become is just as dependent upon the baby’s father as on the baby’s mother.
Dr. Alveda King had this to say: “A human person in the womb has 46 chromosomes; 23 from Dad, 23 from Mom. It takes two, baby. HAPPY FATHERS’ DAY! ….. All praise to GOD, ABBA FATHER, SON JESUS and HOLY SPIRIT.”
Pastor Dean Nelson said “Too many children in America are growing up without their fathers. We must do everything we can to reverse this curse. Challenging men to take responsibility for their children even before they are born is a step in the right direction. Frederick Douglass made it plain when he said, ‘It is easier to build strong children that to repair broken men.’  Let’s shout it from the rooftops, Fatherhood begins in the Womb!!”

Our communities are riddled with violence. Every time we turn on the television, we hear about some form of violence or another and then, like clock-work, some “Stop the Violence” campaign is paraded out or some new initiative is started. We are all for addressing violence, but this leads to two important questions. How can we talk about stopping violence when we teach that violence in the womb is fine? How can we pretend we aren’t joking when we say we’re against violence but then we give permission and sometimes even beg for violence on the most innocent and vulnerable in society- our children in the womb? 
Abortion is one of the most violent ways to die, and fathers have a role to play in stopping the trend of violence against the pre-born.
In the U.S., 85% of all abortions are performed in the wombs of unmarried women. Many are either pressured to abort by the father of the child, or they are left without support from the father who scurried away like a coward. Chaplain Ayesha Kreutz of Am I Not A said:
“I am all too familiar with this statistic, I know that getting pregnant out of wedlock produces an extra strenuous environment for all involved, which is one BIG reason you should wait for marriage to engage in sexual relations, but this is a time we all need to grow up and act like an adult, even if you didn’t want to or weren’t ready to.”
Although many single parents bravely do all they can do to raise and love their children, the simple truth is that single-parenthood is not the best situation for our children or for our future.
Fathers, where are you? We need you.
It’s true that the government has failed miserably at protecting the rights of fathers. Presently, men have no legal say in what a woman does to his child in her belly. As well, the court system overwhelmingly favors the women in custody cases. While this may be necessary in some circumstances, this unequal weighing of rights in the court of law actually has the side consequence of alleviating the man’s obligation when it comes to children.  Men need to realize that, while the court of law sees them as useless reprobates when it comes to children, they actually do have the obligation to step up and to fulfill their God-given responsibilities to provide for their children in every way possible. Boys that only live up to the expectations of the court, which are very low, are boys that fail to live up to any expectations. Manhood alludes them, and their babies get killed. Don’t be the father of a dead child. Go beyond expectations and deserve the respect a father gets by earning it.
According to the Guttmacher Institute, the former research arm of Planned Parenthood, things have gotten worse for the most vulnerable. Among women who are seeking abortions:
·         75% are the poor and working poor,
·         59% are already mothers,
·         61% are women of color.
·         Half of all abortions are repeat abortions

On children who aren’t in a two-parent home, here are some stats:
·         Nearly one-third of single female-led households live in poverty
·         16.9% of single male-led households live in poverty
·         5.8% of two-parent married homes live in poverty
So, on this Father’s Day, thank you to all the fathers that have manned up. For those on the verge of skipping out on manhood, respect and adoration is your reward for manning up. For men who step up for children that have been abandoned by their biological fathers, Thank You, are just as valuable and should be just as adored and respected.  Fatherhood is fatherhood.
Please take a moment to sign our Statement of Concern for Monroe County HERE and Check out the Fatherhood Begins in the Womb Project

Planned Parenthood Pink: No Justice, No Peace
By The Restoration Project

Justice is something that every American desires and expects when entering the corridors of a courthouse. One legal dictionary defines justice as: ) fairness. 2) moral rightness. 3) a scheme or system of law in which every person receives his/ her/its due from the system, including all rights, both natural and legal.

The moral rightness, fairness and system of law, in recent times, has faded into obscurity in some jurisdictions as the courts are being stacked with political operatives whose mission is to uphold a political agenda. Violators of Federal and State laws have taken to pouring thousands of dollars into the campaigns of local and state prosecutors; in order to ensure favorable outcomes should they face charges. Some have been so bold as to create specific laws designed to entangle their foes in criminal proceedings while disrupting any legal proceedings that would hold them accountable for their violations of law.

What does this obfuscation mean for those who work to expose corruption – it means they cannot expect, nor will they get justice. And in time, they will be bankrupt because they have not the taxpayer’s money to continue their fight against the corrupt, politically motivated machine that seeks to devour them. This is not babble, but is a summary of what is happening to David Daleiden of the Center for Medical Progress. David exposed the illegal trading of baby parts Planned Parenthood engaged in for profit. A Congressional committee found enough evidence of their conspiring to refer evidence to Attorneys General in some of the states where the babies parts were sold.

Yet, Congress has not yet taken away the federal funds Planned Parenthood is using to bring David and others of their foes down. Instead, some of the Congressmen and Congresswomen, most of whom have received donations from Planned Parenthood, are promoting the fiction that the largest abortion provider in the nation is helping poor women and women of color have access to reproductive healthcare.

America is being torn apart in recent years because of perceived injustices across the nation. Police officers shooting/choking unarmed Black men in the streets and the police failing to find and prosecute those that have turned the streets of Chicago into a war zone are just two of the injustices in a growing list. If California is able to get away with turning a blind eye to justice for David Daleiden, then all of America needs to be in fear. One wealthy woman’s (Cecile Richards) agenda overriding the Constitution and laws of this nation will result in chaos. Especially for those Planned Parenthood does not want too many of.

In the movie Amazing Grace, the soon to be Prime Minister asks William Wilberforce “Do you intend to use your beautiful voice to praise the Lord or change the world? What will you use your beautiful voice for? Every American who understands the cost of losing justice should dig into their pockets and give to David’s defense fund. His freedom and ours depends on stopping this corruption its tracks. Give to David today:

#Enough #DavidDaleiden #DefundPlannedParenthood

The number of pregnant women that face domestic abuse

According to the NYS Pram Survey (Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring Survey) asking 2,636 women if they were pushed, hit, slapped, kicked, choked or otherwise hurt during the 12 months prior to pregnancy, 3.3% responded yes (4.3% of non-Hispanic blacks) or 4.5% excluding NYC (6.3% non-Hispanic blacks). Asking the same question to the same respondents about physical abuse during pregnancy, the percentages only drop slightly: 2.5% reported yes (2.9% among non-Hispanic blacks) or 3.4% excluding NYC (3.9% non-Hispanic blacks).

According to the June 2010 Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology article Intimate Partner Homicide Among Pregnant and Post -Partum Women by Dr. Diana Chen and Isabelle Horton, PhD, homicide is the number one cause of death among pregnant women and 1st year postpartum women. Women under 25, African American women and unmarried women are at a higher risk. These deaths most often happen within the first trimester.  The most common method is firearms.

In addition, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Violent Death Reporting System (2011) reports that 3 out of every 100,000 pregnant women have cause of death as homicide. Again, unmarried, women under 25 and black women have a higher risk.

These statistics justify the visual and message on the billboard. In addition, the image on the billboard projects a positive image that reflects love and compassion. Plus it is captivating and emotional.

Pastors: A pilot video is a standalone episode of a series of videos that will be used to promote an idea or a message. Here is one of the Issues4Life Foundation’s earliest “Issues4Life!” video episodes that both highlights the Foundation’s work in Black America and the very, very generous contributions to our first “Black Pastor and Wives” Conference by the American Life League‘s Culture of Life Studies Program. Thank you Judie and Mary. Lori and I know you’re listening. #BrothersWeNeedToTalk.