“NOT EQUAL: Civil Rights Gone Wrong” is Ryan Bomberger’s first book and powerfully details how the civil rights movement has been hijacked. Over the years, Ryan’s articles have been shared hundreds of thousands of times. This book is a journey through some of his most powerful published articles and visually creative memes about the fundamental Right to Life, abortion, adoption, fatherlessness, liberal feminism, marriage, LGBT activism, #BlackLivesMatter, free speech and religious liberty. It’s educational, revelational, and his hope is that it is transformational. His citizen journalism has even gotten him sued by the nation’s leading “civil rights” organization. Ryan and Radiance Foundation (the nonprofit organization he co-founded with his wife, Bethany), prevailed, in a stunning unanimous federal court victory. “Not Equal” is a tragic, yet hopeful, message that we can defeat those who have perverted justice and equality with truth and passionate persistence. Receive a copy with a tax-deductible donation of $25 or more. Even larger donations can help us get free copies into the hands of students! Get your copy of “NOT EQUAL: Civil Rights Gone Wrong” today!
Ryan Bomberger's message is powerful and resonating. His words pack a punch and his original and creative images invoke thousands of reasons to support every aspect of the sanctity of life movement. NOT EQUAL is truly a must read!
Ryan Scott Bomberger combines powerful civil rights arguments with a pro-life apologetic that is winsome and compelling. If you care about human equality, you simply must read this book. The cultural left wants to pick and choose which humans get equal treatment. Bomberger doesn't let them get away with it. I can't recommend this book enough.
We always hear that truth is hard to swallow. One of the things I have always admired most about Ryan is that he is always willing to deliver truth, even when it may be hard to hear. What he has given us in this book is no different. For those interested in truth, 'Not Equal' is a book you will thoroughly enjoy.
Ryan Scott Bomberger is a multiple award-winning creative professional, journalist, factivist, and co-founder of The Radiance Foundation, a life-affirming nonprofit organization. He was conceived in rape yet his birthmom courageously gave him the beautiful gift of adoption. Ryan grew up in a loving, Christian, multiracial family of 15 in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Ten of the Bomberger children were adopted.
Ryan grew up in a family of diversity but learned the more powerful bonds of commonality—those things we all share as one human race. He excelled in academics and sports. He was a member of the National Honor Society, student government, and voted “Best All Around” by his peers. He earned a Dean’s scholarship for his undergraduate studies and a full academic scholarship for his graduate studies. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Marketing from Messiah College where he was awarded the Christian Stewardship Alumni Award (in 2012). He also holds a Master’s Degree in Communications from Regent University where he was named Alumnus of the Year.
His nonprofit work has earned extensive media coverage from the New York Times, CNN, MSNBC, ABC World News, NPR, Jet Magazine, Breitbart, Charisma, LA Times, Catholic Online, NC Register, Yahoo! News, and many in the blogosphere. His writing and creative work have been lauded by leaders across the country.
He is a sought-after international public speaker who keynotes over 50 conferences, college lectures, fundraising efforts, and church-related events each year. He has spoken at the United Nations, Harvard, University of Notre Dame, Ireland’s Trinity College (home of the world’s oldest philosophical society), Quinnipiac University, the March for Life in DC, March for Life UK, and led numerous congressional briefings. He has helped to raise millions for pregnancy care centers every year.
Ryan is happily married to the love of his life, Bethany, who is also the co-founder of The Radiance Foundation. They are the proud homeschooling parents of four children, two of which are adopted. They are his daily inspiration in illuminating that every human life has purpose.