She’s a September 11 Terrorist Attack Survivor turned Prolife sidewalk counselor. Now can she survive the lawsuit from New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman.
Ms. Braxton, whose iconic photo as a survivor of the 9/11 World Trade Center Terrorist Attack hangs in the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture. Full Article
She is one of fourteen pro-life sidewalk counselors sued by the Attorney General who alleges they harassed and intimidated women at the entrance of an abortion facility, Choices Women’s Medical Center, in Jamaica, New York.
Braxton, who did not consider herself very spiritual at the time, had a life-changing experience on 9/11 when the first plane struck while she was on the 80th floor of World Trade Center 1. Looking back on that fateful day, Angela recalls: “I went about my daily business.
I never thought about where I would spend eternity or if this would be my last day. Twenty-four hours later I begged a God I did not love, did not thank, did not think about, did not serve nor bring glory to, not to let me die.”
She did not die. A few years later she fully committed herself to Jesus Christ and the pro-life cause.
Angela Braxton is a prayerful, peaceful, sidewalk counselor who compassionately speaks to women as they approach the abortion clinic. After years of investigation, the Attorney General’s lawsuit against Angela Braxton could not name a single person who was ever harassed. This is because it simply did not happen.”