MEDICAL APARTHEID: The Dark History of Medical Experimentation on Black Americans

ATLANTA, Aug. 30, 2021 /Christian Newswire/ — American King Foundation released the following statement today:

“I am proud to announce a new project, Stop Medical Apartheid, a collaboration of American King Foundation and Urban Global Health Alliance,” said Angela Stanton King. “Our mission is to educate Black Communities on their rights to body sovereignty and eradicate medical apartheid.”

Ms. King continued, “I presented along with Kevin Jenkins, Founder of Urban Global Health Alliance.”

“Medical Apartheid is Population Control. Population Control comes in different forms; Vaccines, Abortions, Mass Incarceration, and Perverted Sexual Agendas targeting children. Population Control is Racist! From the WOMB to the TOMB, it’s time Y’all!” said Ms. King

Mr. Jenkins added, “Medical Apartheid is Racist. They’re creating public policy that separates and segregates based on health status.”

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We all have the right to choose!

We all have the right to refuse!

Everyone has Civil Rights – They can’t force us to be experiments.

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American King Foundation (AKF), at its core, is family restoration. AKF was founded with the sole intent to reunite families with loved ones in the criminal justice system; training and educating inmates with the tools necessary to successfully re-enter society while productively engaging in sustainable economic opportunities.

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In addition, AKF uses its relationship in both the political and entertainment arenas to advocate and bring forth awareness to community in order to foster legislative changes necessary to enhance the support of inmates re-entering society.

AKF programming is aimed at establishing collaborative solutions to criminal justice issues. This is accomplished with effective intervention. We believe that we can reform the criminal cycle by strengthening families and decreasing the triggers that lead to criminal behaviors.

SOURCE American King Foundation

Photo Credit: Blood draw from Tuskegee Syphilis Study, National Archives