Ruth Inst. Says Removing Margaret Sanger’s Name Won’t Mean Fewer Black Babies Killed
Description: Ruth Institute President Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse, Ph.D., called Planned Parenthood’s announcement that Margaret Sanger’s name will be taken off its Manhattan clinic “an important gesture, but still just a token. In New York City, there will still be almost as many abortions of black children each year as live births.” With the renewed emphasis on removing vestiges of past racism, it’s hard to ignore Sanger’s history. “The mother of the U.S. population control movement – who’s often described as an abortion pioneer – was a dedicated eugenicist,” Morse explained. “As such, she believed in keeping down populations she considered ‘racially inferior.’ That meant non-whites.”
Don is Media Coordinator of the Ruth Institute, formerly, Communications Director for the World Congress of Families,
and long-time columnist for the Boston Herald. He has been in the pro-family movement for a long time.
Description: Teresa and Gail discuss 1 Timothy 3:15 -- “If I’m delayed you may know how one ought to behave in the household of God, which is the church of the living God, the pillar and foundation of truth.”
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