• waterjoe

    From the view of the other side facts like this and others in the article prove their point, not undermine it. 

    Though most birth control facilities conformed to the segregation mores of the day, she opened an integrated clinic in Harlem in the early 1930s. Later, she facilitated birth control and maternal health programs for rural black women in the south, when local white health officials there denied them access to any New Deal-funded services.

  • waterjoe

    From the view of the other side facts like this and others in the article prove their point, not undermine it. 

    Though most birth control facilities conformed to the segregation mores of the day, she opened an integrated clinic in Harlem in the early 1930s. Later, she facilitated birth control and maternal health programs for rural black women in the south, when local white health officials there denied them access to any New Deal-funded services.

  • jennifer-starr

    Why does it prove their point?  Aren’t women of color equally entitled to reproductive health services? 

  • crowepps

    http://factcheck.org/2011/11/cains-false-attack-on-planned-parenthood/

     

    “9 percent of abortion clinics in the U.S. are in neighborhoods in which 50 percent or more of the residents are black.”

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