s title originates from a
word, Maafa, which means
and used to define the time of the middle passageduring the slave trade and
because it reveals the
has not ended but is still being carried out.Written and directed byMark Crutcher, founder of Life Dynamics, thefilm begins by explaining how white elitists sought to control blacksafter the United States government outlawed slavery in the 1860s.'Survival of the Fittest' provided the intellectual basis for these elites asthey tried to solve the 'negro problem.'Viewers
are taken on a journey through a dark dimensionof the American story, exploring compelling connections betweenslavery, colonization, Darwin, Eugenics, sterilization, birth control, andfinally, abortion. Maafa21 reveals that it is no coincidence thatabortion has become the number one killer of the African Americancommunity today.