Secretary Yellen described a world where women need abortion to succeed.
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Margaret Sanger and Marie Stopes shared an aversion to “racial darkness” — an aversion that led them to promote contraception and eugenics.
Among the Chinese Communist Party’s goals listed in its policy blueprint for the years 2021-2025 is to “optimize its birth policy” and “improve the quality of the population.”
The letter to Planned Parenthood’s acting president, Alexis McGill-Johnson, noted that 36% of abortions in the U.S. are performed on Black women, who represent only 13% of the country’s female population.
The connection among abortion, poverty, and racism runs deeper and wider than many in the pro-life movement are aware, panelists said, but it’s a connection that needs to be made.
In addition to removing Sanger’s name from the building, PPGNY is seeking to change a street sign that designates the area by the clinic as “Margaret Sanger Square.”
Is eugenics wrong only when it’s forced, or is it wrong because it’s intrinsically wrong?
Supporters say the law helps prevent discriminatory eugenics practices, especially against children with Down syndrome.
“Human society has been down this path before—many times—with uniformly horrific consequences.”