Brenda Battle Jordan is the Director of Black Americans For Life of Genesee County, my husband Ken Jordan and I sit on the Flint Right To Life Board.
I Regret My Abortions, Brenda Battle Jordan.
We want to raise public awareness that unborn babies are still babies,Planned Parenthood and other places where abortions are performed are located in black neighborhoods and target black black women, [Million babies lost in the holocaust of abortion on demand],Planned Parenthood's founder Margaret Sanger was a life-long advocate of birth control, to promote her goal she began publishing the magazine " Birth Control Review in 1917 and founded the Birth Control league in 1922,That organization would later change its name to Planned Parenthood, Some revisionist historians laud Margaret Sanger as a great social reformer,and her motives was because of her great compassion for women and for minorities who had limited access to contraception. In truth, Margaret Sanger was an adamant proponet of eugenics, saying that some races are genetically superior and more fit for survival than others,In Margaret Sanger's Book [The Pivot Of Civilization] she specifically called for the segregation of " morons, misfits and the maladjusted"and for the sterilization of "genetically inferior races"Sanger described her utopian view of a master race: "Let us conceive for the moment at least, a world not burdened by the weight of dependent and delinquent classes, a total population of mature' intelligent, critical and expressive men and women. Instead of the inert, exploitable, mentally passive class which now forms the barren substratum of our civilization try to imagine a population of active, resistant, passing individal and social lives of the most contented and heathy sort".In 1939, Sanger launched the "Negro Project".Through this project, Sanger sought to convert her philosophical views into social policy. The Negro Project was designed to build clinics in poor black communities so birth control would be made available to keep down the rising black population. To justify this initiave, Sanger explained, The poorer areas particularly in the South...are producing alarmingly more than their share of future generations "According to Sanger, birth control would "ease the financial load of caring for with public funds... children destined to become a burden to themselves, to their family, and ultmately to the nation".Sadly, Sanger persuaded many prominent black leaders that this promotion of birth control in the black community was a sound policy. She shrewdly convinced men like D.W. Dubois and Dr. Clayton Powell that reducing the numbers of African Americans would cause the quality of life to rise for the remaining members of this community.Nevertheless, Sanger remained concerned that people in the African American community might learn about her real racist views. In a letter to a colleague, she confided that steps must be taken to keep these views from being known: "We do not want word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negri Population, and the minister is the man who can straighten thar out if it ever occurs to one of their more rebellious members".Today Planned Parenthood openly rejects any adherence to the eugenic philosophies and racist views of Margaret Sanger.In fact, Planned Parenthood'swebsite devotes an extensive discussion about Margaret Sanger trying to explain away what is characterized as these anti- choice myths and distortions.But the legacy of Margaret Sanger lives on. The plain and tragic fact is that Planned Parenthood and abortion industry are effectively carrying out the eugenic policies that Margaret Sanger initiatrd with the Negro Project nearly 65 years ago.[http://www.abortioninblackamerica.com/genocide.html]
I can spell it's a [TYPO ]i don't type all that good but i try, however you get the message, Vote Pro-Life.
You can call us at 810-787-1985,email us at [firstname.lastname@example.org]Ken and Brenda Battle Jordan.
Ken & Brenda, you two are always doing good.Happy Thanksgiving.Glen