King is a pro-life speaker and often speaks on college campuses about abortion issues. She joined the pro-life movement, crusading to offer women alternatives to abortion. Angela D. Dillard classifies King as among "prominent black members of the Religious Right". Alveda King is currently a board member of Georgia Right to Life.
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