The Family Research Council has added its voice and influence to the Black Genocide movement this week. In an email circulated to Research Council members, the anti-choice organization blamed Planned Parenthood for the 11 percent decrease in Washington, D.C.’s black population in the past decade. Demographers and actual experts, however, are attributing this shift to the stark polarization in income and education in D.C.
Salon's Joan Walsh points out today that Rick Tyler, the former Newt Gingrich communications director who now runs the candidate's Super PAC, touted a theory popular among the fringes of the anti-abortion movement on The Rachel Maddow Show last night.
This morning, amid a women's health rally in Washington, D.C., hosted by Planned Parenthood, the Black Genocide movement made a small appearance in front of House Speaker Rep. John Boehnor's office.
Looks like the totally debunked, yet somehow growing, movement claiming that Planned Parenthood was created as a form of “Black Genocide” is now a “national campaign.”
The “Klanned Parenthood” folks are at it again. In an effort to continue touting the completely debunked theory that Planned Parenthood was created for racist purposes, the group has recently posted a video that superimposes Klan robes on Scarlett Johansson in a PSA for the chain of womens’ health clinics. (Featured below.)
The United States House of Representatives will today mark up a bill that would outlaw abortions sought because of race or sex.
Today, six abortion-restricting bills passed during their final vote on the Florida House floor. Even though each of the bills were sponsored by House Republicans (and Democrats had little input on final versions of the bill), some House Democrats broke party lines to speak during debate in support of some of the legislation.
An anti-abortion bill that generated controversy in a number of states in recent months has made its way to Congress.
With the beginning of session only days away, Florida legislators have been busy filing a slew of anti-abortion bills. Add yet another to the list: a measure outlawing race- and gender-based abortions. The bill was filed by state Rep. Scott Plakon, R-Longwood.
A campaign comparing the anti-abortion rights movement to the civil rights movement is making its way through the state of Florida this month.
One of two anti-abortion bills that passed through a justice committee in the state House this morning would grant a legal right to a rapist, Democratic members of the committee argued today.
State. Sen Gary Siplin, D-Orlando, has introduced the Senate version of a bill that outlaws sex- or race-based abortions.
The Radiance Foundation, an anti-abortion group that has focused its attention on the African-American community, has released a new video titled WE'VE BEEN GUTTMACHER'D. The group claims the video exposes the pro-abortion distortions of the Guttmacher Institute.
The movement linking abortion rates to race has not gone away. The latest installment of this anti-abortion rights campaign is the movie Gates of Hell. The film portrays a world in which a terrorist group of black men called Zulu 9 mass-murder abortion doctors.