Category Archives: Pro-Choice Movement

In pro-choice movement, black women are treated as outsiders

One African American activist commented on how the pro-choice movement views Black people: “Black women are treated as invited guests in the reproductive rights movement – outsiders to someone else’s event… It all just makes us want to leave and … Continue reading

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Pro-Choice activist on why young people don’t join the movement

Serena Cruz, a pro-abortion activist in Boca Raton, FL, explains why she thinks most young people don’t join the pro-choice movement or fight for legal abortion: “People of my generation are very consumed with self-interest. [Many people in their 20s] don’t read … Continue reading

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Comment on African-Americans in the pro-choice movement

Toni M Bond, executive director for the National Network of Abortion Funds: “Black women have been and still are treated as “invited guests” in the reproductive rights movement.” Corinne J Naden Abortion (Tarrytown, New York: Marshall Cavendish Corporation, 2008)  71 … Continue reading

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Pro-choice activist on why abortion laws were changed

Karen Stamm, pro-choice activist: “[W] e must be aware that the [abortion] laws have not been changed for [women’s] benefit, but so the government can have control over the population.” Karen Stamm “The Master’s Plan” Abortion Task Force Folder, March … Continue reading

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Constitutional law expert comments on Roe V Wade

From author Anne Hendershott, on Roe V Wade: “The constitutional law expert Bernard Siegan, for instance, believes that some of the justices, rather than engaging in a careful reading of the Constitution to guide them, made a political decision based upon … Continue reading

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Chief Justice’s daughter Sally Blackmun speaks about Roe V Wade

Sally Blackmun, Supreme Court Associate Justice Harry Blackmun’s daughter, talks about why he found in favor of Roe V Wade: “Sally Blackmun, an abortion-rights activist and daughter of Justice Harry Blackmun, who authored the Roe V Wade opinion, recounts how personal … Continue reading

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Clinic workers make “obscene gestures” at prolifers

Abortion clinic owner Norma Goldberger describes how they handled prolife demonstrators at the facility. One day there was a new pro-lifer acting as leader of the protesters. The man never been to the clinic before. Normally, the protests were led by a … Continue reading

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Woman asks her 11-year-old son whether to abort his sister or brother

Joyce let her 11 year old son decide for her whether or not to get an abortion. “I’ve always been very honest with my son. I set him down one night, and I told him – this was just before … Continue reading

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Pro-Choicer admits movement’s racist, eugenic origins

Pro-Choice feminist SE Smith is describing the racist motives of the early pro-choice movement: “While members of the reproductive rights movement are often deeply uncomfortable with discussing, let alone confronting, the origins of the movement, this is an important and … Continue reading

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Founders of NARAL both men, stratagized to get women involved

According to author Brian E Fisher  in his book Abortion: The Ultimate Exploitation of Women, the early pro-choice movement was originally inspired by men. Founders of NARAL, one of the biggest abortion rights groups for over 50 years, were both men and originally … Continue reading

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