Planned Parenthood admits its roots are inherently racist

Planned Parenthood quietly relinquished its Margaret Sanger Award after awarding it to Dr. Willie Parker in 2015. It was previously awarded to Nancy Pelosi.

Here’s what the website says: “Our highest honor, the Margaret Sanger Award from Planned Parenthood Federation of Americais awarded annually in recognition of leadership, excellence and outstanding contributions to reproductive health and rights.”

Over the decades, Planned Parenthood he denied his racist origins and today denies targeting people of color in a racist way to indoctrinate them into sex education and subject them to his birth control and sterilization programs and his booming abortion business.

But today, Planned Parenthood admits in the “Our Story” section of its own website that Sanger was involved in eugenics, which the text on the website says is inherently racist and has “complicated racial injustice”:”Planned Parenthood It came from a nurse named Margaret Sanger.”

After recounting the story of Sanger’s arrest in Brooklyn early in her activism, comes the confession: “Sanger believed in eugenics, an essentially racist and disabling ideology that viewed some people as unfit to have children. Eugenics is the theory that society can be improved through the planned reproduction of “desirable traits” such as intelligence and industriousness.

“In the early 20th century, eugenics ideas were popular among educated, privileged, and predominantly white Americans. Margaret Sanger expressed her belief and involvement in the eugenics movement many times in her writings, including in the academic journal Birth Control Overview. Sanger even tried to defend eugenics, which was not applied on the basis of race or religion.

“But in a society based on white supremacy, physical and mental fitness are still judged on the basis of race. Eugenics is therefore inherently racist. Sanger believes that from the beginning they undermined her movement through reproductive freedom and harmed countless people.

“Sanger was so determined to fulfill her mission to promote birth control that she decided to join white supremacist ideas and organizations. In 1926, she joined the Ladies’ Auxiliary of the Ku Klux Klan (KKK) at a rally in New Jersey to promote birth control.

“Sanger supported the verdict Buck vs bell in 1927, in which the Supreme Court ruled that states could forcibly sterilize people deemed “unfit” without their consent. The adoption of this sentence by Sanger and other opinion leaders paved the way for the sterilization of tens of thousands of people, often against their will.

“As a result of these decisions, the reproductive rights movement has in many cases exacerbated racial inequity in the health care system. The field of modern gynecology was founded by J. Marion Sims, who in the mid-19th century performed repeated and violently invasive experiments on enslaved black women, without anesthesia.

“In 1939, Sanger began what is known as the Negro Project, with colored leaders such as WEB DuBois, Mary McLeod Bethune, and the Reverend Adam Clayton Powell. Project Negro’s mission was to put black doctors and nurses in charge of birth control clinics to reduce distrust in a racist health care system.

“Sanger lost control of the project, and black women were sent to white doctors for birth control and follow-ups, compounding racist and paternalistic health care problems in the South.

“Even today, the experiences and pain of Black women are too often dismissed or ignored by doctors and other health care providers, which, along with the historical dehumanization of Black people, contributes to staggering and preventable health disparities.”

The address of Planned Parenthood he finally admitted that his heroine was a liability. But the organization continues to fail to recognize that Sanger championed the same cause the organization champions today: sexual permissiveness at any cost, especially the large-scale slaughter of tiny human beings, including disproportionately minority children.

According to the latest PP report, almost 355,000 babies were killed in their facilities in one year. Each of them is not only a unique human being, but represents lost generations.

So there was definitely a racist policy of extermination by the Planned Parenthood. And the US government is subsidizing Planned Parenthood with taxpayer dollars at the rate of $1.7 million per day. It is time to stop this, something that should have been done for many years.

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