While I’d love to have a talk with this Twitter user about how name calling doesn’t help to further a conversation with someone; but instead I’ll use the unwelcome comment to further my point–which is this: Too often people care more about furthering a selfish agenda than they care about things that really make a difference for others. That fact crosses over into many different societal problems including police violence, racial divisions, and of course…abortion.
Here’s what we know about Margaret Sanger. She was the Chief Editor of The Birth Control Review from 1917 to 1938, so any communication from said publication was approved of by her, with and by her signature…so to speak. She was also the founder of the organization that later changed its name to Planned Parenthood and thus the same applies. There are many quotes gathered from many different publications of Margaret Sanger’s, that suggests that she was, to put it lightly, extremely interested in population control, among other things.
Her desire to keep the “unfit” of society from reproducing, in a huge way crossed the line of what most Americans believe is just and right and acceptable. At Protecting Black Life, we believe that all life is precious and should be protected from fertilization to natural death, regardless of someone’s opinions or ambiguous labeling of “unfit”. How do THEY get to decide, anyway?
My friend, I think you and I can agree that, with more than 70% of black families being lead by a single mother, things are not going according to what’s best for our children…and thus, the black family is in dire straits. If you and I are going to have a meaningful conversation about what we need to do to strengthen the black family, then we must begin to deal with the things that are weakening it.
Black women represent only 13% of society, yet are responsible for more than 30% of the abortions in this country. That means that disproportionately, Planned Parenthood, which is the largest provider of abortion in America, is aborting more black babies than that of any other segment of society. One could argue that Margaret Sanger is not a racist, and I am well equipped to push back against that argument; but one cannot argue this. 3000 unborn babies, everyday, will be killed by Planned Parenthood, and most of those babies will be black or minority. That idea and action and “vision” was fully supported by Margaret Sanger and those who supported her.
This video series is designed to help further a conversation between us that is aimed at shining the light behind the true consequences, actions and desires of Planned Parenthood. I believe that if we’re ever going to get to a place where the black family once again becomes strong, vibrant, and the black population is no longer in decline in this country; it will be because we began to have a greater value for life, no matter its stage, economic status or condition.
All life is precious. All life should be protected. Those who believe that their life is more important than someone else’s life; and those who think that they should decide who’s life matters; they should be stifled and rebuked and resisted at every turn. Will you join me in that effort? I hope you will…and so do the unborn children of America.
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