March 12, 2018
You can’t make Black history if you’re killed by abortion
That business is Planned Parenthood. For over 100 years, it has worked hard to make black people history. It failed to do so with its original Negro Project, promoting the lie that birth control would eliminate poverty. Many leaders in the black community knew racism when they saw it. Fannie Lou Hamer (pictured) knew it. The voting rights and anti-poverty activist, who was “sick and tired of being sick and tired”, fought against Planned Parenthood. Hamer was a prolife adoptive mother who had been forcibly sterilized in 1961 in Mississippi. She understood freedom was not in a birth control pill or in the forceps of an abortionist.
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