The National Black Pro-Life Coalition has filed a racial discrimination claim with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) alleging that Planned Parenthood has targeted black women and babies since abortion was legalized nearly 50 years ago.
Earlier this summer, Planned Parenthood admitted its culpability in targeting the black community.
"[We] acknowledge Planned Parenthood's contributions to historical reproductive harm within communities of color," Planned Parenthood of New York declared in a statement on July 20, according to a recent press release from the National Black Pro-Life Coalition.
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The National Black Pro-Life Coalition argues that black women and their babies have historically been harmed and detrimentally impacted by Planned Parenthoods' abortion operations that target black communities.
"Planned Parenthood is acknowledging they have caused harm since they were established. Acknowledgement is good – and yet, repentance is better. Get out of our neighborhoods, shut down, because the acknowledgment is too little too late," Lori Hoye of the Issues4Life Foundation stated in the release. "Over 104 years of targeting black and other women of color cannot be erased by the present-day acknowledgment of their racist roots. Get out now!"
Numerous affiliates of Planned Parenthood have accepted responsibility for engaging in the abortion industry's targeting of black women and their babies for abortion based on their race.
"We are owning our organization's history and are committed to addressing the implicit bias and structural racism within our organization and communities," one Planned Parenthood affiliate admitted, as quoted in the release.
One of the many other admissions of racism targeting black preborn children emphasized how this is one of the most blatant forms of racism in the country. "We also recognize that we cannot address structural racism or white supremacy in this country and communities without addressing our own," another Planned Parenthood affiliate confessed.
Even though the confessions stacked up, any intention of taking action steps to end the genocide of black babies in America at the hands of the abortion industry were never made.
If you want to talk true racism …
Democrats and the pro-abortion left supporting Planned Parenthood were put on the spot for encouraging the genocide of innocent preborn black babies while claiming to be social justice warriors fighting racism.
A call for HHS to expedite an investigation assessing the adverse impact Planned Parenthood's abortion services targeting black communities has had over the decades was waged by Angela Minter, who serves with Kentucky-based Sisters for Life.
"[T]he cry for justice for the babies and women killed in Planned Parenthood facilities are suppressed," Minter expressed in the release. "Kamala Harris and other elected officials who stand with the families of those killed by police would do well to reject the dollars from Planned Parenthood's coffers and stand with the families hurt by the organization's 'historical reproductive harm.'"
A similar message pointing out where true racism exists – within the abortion industry … a fact ignored by Democrats and the left – was declared by Connie Eller, who serves with Missouri Blacks for Life.
"Where can members of the black community turn for justice to end systemic racism if not to the entities funding it?" Eller posed. "Planned Parenthood receives more than a half billion dollars annually from our government. They have used that money to carry out their eugenic scheme of population control, and it is time for it to stop."
The National Black Pro-Life Coalition ended its plea by exposing the true agenda behind the largest abortion provider in the U.S. and the world.
"The tangled, vicious and deceptive web Planned Parenthood has deeply embedded in the fabric of the black community must be torn down now if blacks are truly to experience a great America," the pro-life organization impressed. "The National Black Pro-Life Coalition prays HHS will move swiftly to end the targeting. More than 20 million black lives lost is enough."