Last week Planned Parenthood held a press conference to remind the world just how much they care about African Americans. They claim to provide “vital reproductive and sexual health care services” for black women.
But as I have written about before, their “vital” work actually means they are aborting a disproportionate number of black babies and profiting from charging their mothers for the abortion and then selling their body parts.
Life News breaks down the real statistics behind Planned Parenthood’s claims:
However, their “vital” work is much more than providing birth control and manual breast exams, which is what the mainstream media would like you to believe; it is targeting African American unborn babies for abortions to meet their quotas and bring in more revenue.
The Washington Examiner reports that statistics prove the abortion industry receives significant income from African American women since they tend to have more abortions than Caucasian women. They explained, “Thirty out of every 1,000 black women obtained an abortion in 2011, which is the most recent data available. That rate is nearly triple that of white women and double that of Hispanic women. While about 13 percent of Americans are black, more than one-third of all abortions are administered to black women.”
Unfortunately, the data cited above is accurate and other statistics show that 79% of Planned Parenthood abortion facilities are strategically placed in low-income minority neighborhoods. This information confirms a pattern that has been going on for years: the abortion industry, specifically Planned Parenthood, targets minority women.
I am so sick of hearing Planned Parenthood and their abortion allies on the Left claim to be pro-women and pro-minorities. The facts just don’t back up their boasts.
If you are so pro African American communities, Planned Parenthood, stop targeting black women and aborting our children. If you care so much why don’t you start actually empowering women to love and care for their children no matter the circumstances they find themselves in. If you truly believe in African Americans, then start telling them they do have the power and ability to take care of their children and raise them instead of pressuring them to kill them in the womb.
Your bottom line is not worth the blood on your hands!