Sometimes in life our most painful wounds are self-inflicted. Nowhere is that more evident, today, than in the black community.
Black entertainment, political, religious and academic leaders have tragically thrown their support behind the singular highest source of death in the black community—the abortion industry. Who needs cowards in white pointy hoods to promote racism and death when you can get Planned Parenthood to be the sponsor of one of the largest national African-American events?
One would think Planned Parenthood would be considered an enemy, not an event sponsor for Essence magazine’s annual Essence Music Festival.
The magazine has been in bed with Planned Parenthood for years, though, and is a multiple recipient of the population control chain’s annualMargaret Sanger Award. They even co-sponsored a national conference to help Planned Parenthood and its media allies strategize on how to combat my organization’s TooManyAborted.comcampaigns.
In the inverted world of abortion activism The Radiance Foundation is denounced for attempting to save black babies and restore black families, while Planned Parenthood (an organization that has killed more people than died in the holocaust) is regarded as a sponsor worth celebrating.
The Negro Project 2.0, using influential black celebrities to misinform the masses, was in full effect in New Orleans. Planned Parenthood’s website boasts not only of chronic race-baiter Al Sharptonheadlining their circus of propaganda, but that the popular festival “is not only a great cultural event but also a great opportunity to educate festival attendees about health disparities” in the black community.
For the hundreds of thousands of attendees at this New Orleans event, that education didn’t include the facts about how unintended pregnancy rates continues to soar in the black community (while lowering among the white population) despite Planned Parenthood’s dominance in urban areas.