Day Gardner is the founder and president of the National Black Pro-Life Union.
Gardner on Planned Parenthood’s Racist Agenda
“There is a dark history of racism rooted in the founding of Planned Parenthood”
Margaret Sanger founded Planned Parenthood on the ideas and principles of the eugenics movement, a movement that wanted to create a superior and pure race by eliminating those deemed “unfit” and “inferior”.
With these goals, Sanger devised the Negro Project in 1939. The goal of the project was to kill off African Americans by limiting population growth through abortion, birth control, and forced sterilization. To help meet her goal, she decided to take her plan to charismatic black clergy. In a letter to Dr. Clarence Gamble Sanger she wrote,” The most successful educational approach to the Negro is through a religious appeal. We don’t want the word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population. And the minister is the man who can straighten out that idea if it ever occurs to any of their more rebellious members.”
Even today, many black pastors ontinue to sell this message of death to their congregations.
Furthermore, Planned Parenthood clinics are purposefully centered in black communities. As a result, African Americans have more abortions than any other racial group, yet only makes up about 12% of the population.
The Mona Lisa Project has been investigating Planned Parenthood’s racist agenda in clinics across the United States.
Planned Parenthood still has not fired the employees who accepted the donations earmarked for abortions for black women.
Planned Parenthood received $350 million last year. “I want to know why our taxpayer dollars are used to fund this racist organization”. This money could have funded inner city schools instead of the destruction of innocent black and Hispanic children.
Planned Parenthood also helped Obama win the presidency, so he owes the abortion lobby a lot. “He does not care about black babies, we must understand that. The health care plan proposed by Obama will devastate the black community by extinguishing thousands of our children. We are not powerless; we are powerful together.”