Internal problems have surfaced at a Planned Parenthood organization over a now-gone director and the squabble didn’t go unnoticed by pro-life activists.
The news comes from an open letter by employees of Planned Parenthood Pennsylvania Advocates, the political wing of the state organization, who expressed anger with executive director Emily Callen.
Maria Gallagher of the Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation tells One News Now the abortion group employees claimed Callen used racist language, mismanaged funds, and even failed to promote abortion.
“And as a result of this,” Gallagher says, “the executive director has resigned.”
That internal struggle mirrors the New York Planned Parenthood, where the head of the organization quit after an employee uprising in which the director was accused of racism.
Employees at that abortion clinic also demanded a new name since it was named for Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger, a eugenicist who despised minority races and the poor.