Remember my post on Eugenics and Planned Parenthood titled “Pro Choice or Black Genocide? You Decide“? It seems we are revisiting this topic again due to some controversial billboards that have gone up around the city of Atlanta. 

As I mentioned in an email to Beth, who forwarded the video link, I remain Pro-Choice but the numbers are disturbing, to say the least. 

One lady in the video says “The figures are unfair“. Unfair? How so?

According to the statistics quoted in the video, black women are seeking out abortions at a much higher rate than white women. Almost double the rate! DOUBLE!! The numbers don’t lie lady!

And for those who scream it’s racist I say stick a sock in it…or put a condom on IT! The statistical data is not racist! 

I know it is difficult to face the truth. It is difficult to take a long hard look at yourself, at your community and ask…’what is really going on here?’ But it must be done. Maybe these billboard will be the catalyst for the necessary dialogue. 

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You know a tree by its fruit…and its roots.

Since my early 20s, I have been a strong supporter and advocate for Pro Choice, the idea that the government has the right to tell me what to do with my body angered me – still does.

While I was in college, I remember friends who visited Planned Parenthood clinics for free birth control and on a few unfortunate, sad occasions – an abortion. I never needed the services at Planned Parenthood because my mother had good medical coverage via her job. However, I thought this was a great free service, the birth control, for young poor women and college students.

In the span of 2 hours a major shift occurred – my views on both matters are cloudy at best. This does not come as a result of some deep religious or spiritual movement. No. Quite the contrary. The 2 hour documentary, “Maafa 21: Black Genocide In 21st Century America“, shook me to my core and goes into great detail of the history behind Planned Parenthood and its founder, Margaret Sanger, her connections with Eugenics and her ties to Hitler and the Holocaust.

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