Founder & President of CURE
(Center for Urban Renewal and Education)
Conservative nationally syndicated columnist Star Parker told pro-life activists at ProLifeCon at the Family Research Council headquarters that she had used abortion as birth control and had four abortions, because she “got caught up in the lies of the Left.”
“Prior to receiving Christ, I got caught up in the lies of the Left, including their lie about abortion, and I continued to go in and out of abortion clinic after clinic until it was after the fourth time that I had a gut instinct way down deep inside that there must be something wrong with killing your offspring,” Parker shared.
Star Parker is the Founder and President of the Center for Urban Renewal and Education (CURE). Prior to Star Parker’s involvement in public policy, she lived seven years in the grip of government dependency. Her experiences on welfare led to her to play an active role in the passing of federal welfare reform in 1996.
From welfare mother to businesswoman, national celebrity, and international author, Star Parker exemplifies hard work, aspiration, and individual responsibility. CURE serves to lead others to follow her example and bring new energy to policy discussions in Washington.
Star received her bachelor’s degree in Marketing and International Business from Woodbury University and has received numerous awards for her work on public policy issues. For all her hard work in the grassroots conservative movement Star Parker was awarded the 2016 CPAC Ronald Reagan Award!
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