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Elaine Brown betrayed Black Americans to Planned Parenthood.

As of June 19, 2023, Pennsylvania is eagerly awaiting the Supreme Court’s vote on whether Medicaid can be used to fund abortions across the commonwealth. The case, Allegheny Reproductive v. Pennsylvania Department of Human Services, has the potential to streamline the process of using Pennsylvania tax dollars for abortions.

The left argues that this would not only be a victory for reproductive rights but also for racial justice, as it would make abortions more affordable for black women in impoverished communities. They believe that by granting black women access to on-demand abortions, it would bring them closer to achieving racial justice. However, this belief creates a paradox, as no group has been more adversely affected by abortion than black people.

Abortion Among Black Americans

Prominent pro-life African Americans such as Alveda King, niece of Martin Luther King Jr., and Louisiana state Sen. Katrina Jackson agree that abortion is detrimental to black Americans. King harks back to her uncle when she asks, “How can The Dream survive if we murder the children?” Jackson goes even further by saying the fight against abortion is a fight against “modern-day genocide.”

Jackson’s analysis is spot on. According to an amicus curiae brief filed by the Independence Law Center in the Allegheny case, almost 40 percent of black babies are aborted in Pennsylvania. In neighboring states, the problem is equally severe or even worse — in New York, 59.6 percent of black, non-Hispanic babies are aborted. There are more black babies aborted in New York than born.

When compared to other races, black people are disproportionately affected by abortion. Within the black demographic, abortion is essentially a thinly veiled genocide.

History of Targeted Abortions

Believe it or not, this mass killing was intentional. Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger established her infamous organization with the explicit goal of targeting and controlling the black population. Sanger aimed to control and eliminate all minority groups, particularly African Americans.

Sanger devised a plan known as “The Negro Project.” This plan aimed to keep the black population under control by introducing abortion to black neighborhoods, which effectively addressed Sanger’s “great problem of the South.” In a personal letter to Clarence J. Gamble, she suggested that Planned Parenthood use “negro doctor[s],” because “we don’t want the word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population.”

If the openly racist Sanger saw abortion as a means of exterminating black people, how did African Americans become entangled in the lie that abortion is empowering? The story comes full circle with a culprit born in the same state where the Allegheny Reproductive case is being heard: Pennsylvania native Elaine Brown.

Elaine Brown and Her Influence

Elaine Brown has led a fascinating life. Born in Philadelphia, she moved to Oakland, California, to pursue her music career, became the first and only female leader of the Black Panther Party, left the party to release her debut album, and even ran for president in 2008. As the leader of the Black Panthers, Brown became arguably the most influential African American who supported the termination of unborn children in history.

During her tenure as party leader, Brown made significant changes to the Panthers. Huey Newton, the first head of the Black Panther Party, strongly opposed contraceptives and abortion. He saw through Sanger’s hidden motives and recognized that abortion was a method of controlling and ultimately eliminating the black population. Newton even prohibited Panther women from getting abortions. However, when he left for Cuba, Brown began to steer the party away from Newton’s beliefs.

Brown was influenced by feminists who convinced her to change the Black Panthers’ stance on abortion. These feminists persuaded her that abortion was beneficial for women and allowed them to achieve equality with men. Brown stated, “I would support every assertion of human rights by women — from the right to abortion to the right of equality with men as laborers and leaders. I would declare that the agenda of the Black Panther Party and our revolution to free black people from oppression specifically included black women.” Little did she know, she was playing right into the hands of Sanger. Brown openly facilitated and contributed to the genocide of her own race.

Elaine Brown and Her Legacy

When Roe v. Wade was decided in 1973, the Panthers publicly endorsed the abortion movement. Their influence shaped the views of the entire African American population in Oakland regarding the issue. Brown successfully convinced a city that Sanger’s organization was beneficial for them. In February, Planned Parenthood of Delaware honored Brown as one of the key champions of African American “reproductive rights.” Left-leaning organizations such as the National Women’s Law Center, New York Times, Harvard, and more have placed her on a pedestal for what they consider her achievements as a fighter for racial equality in reproductive rights.

Although the left celebrates Elaine Brown as a hero and freedom fighter for both black and women’s rights, she should be remembered as a pawn. Under her leadership, she successfully built a movement that has caused more deaths among black people than any other cause in the United States. Brown’s legacy should not be that of a strong activist, but rather as a puppet of Margaret Sanger, the architect of black genocide.

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