Biden/Harris Administration Pushes Planned Parenthood's Genocidal 'Negro Project'

Catherine Davis says Biden administration is doing the work of the racist Planned Parenthood Negro Project.

Vice President Kamala Harris White House photo

Vice President Kamala Harris made history on March 28 when she became the first sitting vice president to visit an abortion center.  “I’m here at this health care clinic to uplift the work that is happening in Minnesota as an example of what true leadership looks like,” Harris said in the lobby of the abortion center in Minnesota. This is the sixth such stop in her “Fight for Reproductive Freedoms” tour that began in January. She spoke with staff about reproductive rights.

“The reason I’m here is because this is a health care crisis,” Harris said. “Part of this health care crisis is the clinics like this that have had to shut down and what that has meant to leave no options with any reasonable geographic area for so many women who need this essential care.”

In response, The Restoration Project -- a prolife group -- warned that the "reality of abortion in America is that Planned Parenthood’s Negro Project is succeeding and paid politicians like Kamala Harris are carrying the charge to straighten it out if it occurs to blacks that Planned Parenthood wants to exterminate them." The Restoration Project was founded by Catherine Davis and describes itself on its website that it "is dedicated to rebuilding families, promoting the sanctity of life, and providing related educational materials, in order to transform American public policy and culture's impact on Black life into a restored culture of uprightness, evenhandedness, and virtue."

According to the website of the U.S. Supreme Court: "The Negro Project, instigated in 1939 by Margaret Sanger, was one of the first major undertakings of the new Birth Control Federation of America (BCFA), the product of a merger between the American Birth Control League and Sanger's Birth Control Clinical Research Bureau, and one of the more controversial campaigns of the birth control movement. Developed by white birth control reformers, who consulted with African Americans for help in promoting the project only well after its inception, the Negro Project and associated campaigns were, nevertheless, widely supported by such black leaders as Mary McLeod Bethune, W. E. B. DuBois, and Rev. Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. Influenced strongly by both the eugenics movement and the progressive welfare programs of the New Deal era, the Negro Project was, from the start, largely indifferent to the needs of the black community and constructed in terms and with perceptions that today smack of racism." An atheist, Sanger was the founder of Planned Parenthood. 

“When abortion was legalized through Roe v. Wade in 1973, my mother laughed believing no black woman would ever take the lives of their children in that way”, said Davis. "At the time, black political leaders called it genocide, Jesse Jackson among them stating 'What happens to the mind of a person, and the moral fabric of a nation, that accepts the aborting of the life of a baby without a pang of conscience? What kind of a person and what kind of a society will we have twenty years hence if life can be taken so casually?'”
According to The Restoration Project, there have been over 64,000,000 abortions since 1973 and that 24,320,000 were conducted on black women, amounting to more than the entire black population in the United States in 1970. “The fact that black women are targeted by Planned Parenthood and other abortion providers has been whispered about for years," Davis continued. She added, "But black women know Planned Parenthood grew their business on the lives of black babies and today we are shouting the targeting must stop." 

Catherine Davis The Restoration Project
Catherine Davis

"Black women have joined the fight against the lies of the abortion industry. Abortion is not healthcare; it is a tool of death used to eliminate the black community," said Felicia Bell of Love Life House of Refuge in North Carolina.

“Planned Parenthood and others have used abortion to turn women against being a life bearer, life deliverer and life nurturer," said Darleen Moss of the National Black Prolife Coalition in Ohio. "Women have been left vulnerable to a host of real reproductive harms including infertility, severe depression, extreme premature births and some even uterine and breast cancer,” she said.
Christina Bennet, of the National Black Prolife Coalition Connecticut said, "You can walk inside a Planned Parenthood and see a lot of normal things. That does not mean there are not sinister and dark things happening. The taking of innocent life is not something we can be comfortable with and Kamala Harris’s visit improperly used her authority to trivialize the reality that a child is losing their life.”

President Joseph Biden made "reproductive freedom" the centerpiece of his State of the Union speech in March. Deviating from his prepared remarks, Biden did not use the word “abortion” and instead used the phrases “reproductive freedom” and “freedom to choose.” In the prepared remarks, he was to use the word "abortion" in referring to Jill Biden’s State of the Union guest - a Texas woman who left her home in Texas to have a procured abortion in another state. While the text read “Because Texas law banned abortion.” Instead, Biden said “Because Texas law banned her ability to act.”

In the speech, Biden called on Congress to make abortion the law of the land by restoring abortion nation-wide. According to the White House, the Biden administration has issued three Executive Orders and a Memoradum since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade that seek to: 

Protect access to abortion, including FDA-approved medication abortion;
Defend access to emergency medical care;
Support the ability to travel for reproductive health care;
Strengthen access to high-quality, affordable contraception;
Safeguard the privacy of patients and health care providers; and
Ensure access to accurate information and legal resources.

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abortion eugenics Planned Parenthood politics Kamala Harris United States Joe Biden