A Black political activist said one of the things that changed his mind to becoming a Conservative was finding out the truth about Planned Parenthood and abortion.
Patrick Hampton is a Community Leader, Youth Pastor, Director of Goodwill Youth advantage Mentoring Program and an Architect for social change.
Hampton has also been an abstinence educator in the public schools and is a husband and father of four young boys.
“The time is now,” Hampton says.
“The youth of today are the leaders of today. If we fail to sow the seeds of true education and real leadership into our young people today, we will be forced to reap the weeds of our ignorance verses the flowers of our love tomorrow.”
In a speech before the Chattanooga Tea Party, Hampton told the crowd there was hope in changing the Black mindset on politics.
He said that the young people…
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