Abortion’s Roots In America
In 1974, a study was released on population control that had been conducted by researchers at three major universities. By analyzing data obtained from Planned Parenthood’s own records, they determined that the number one factor in deciding whether a county in the United States provided free or low-cost family planning services was not poverty but race. The researchers said their findings seem to support the contention of many civil-rights activists that such programs are less intended to assist the poor than they are to control the growth of the black population. Learn more watch Maafa21.com.