In the documentary film Maafa 21, it shows that terms like “population control” and “family planning” are code words for a genocidal effort aimed at minorities – primarily African-Americans.

Among the many revelations documented in this film is that, as far back as the mid 1900s, some well-known eugenicists were arguing that the most effective way they could advance their agenda would be to concentrate population control facilities within the targeted communities. Perhaps the most noted proponent of this concept was Gunnar Myrdal who discussed it in his 1944 book, An American Dilemma: The Negro Problem and Modern Democracy.

In Maafa 21, evidence is presented that Planned Parenthood and others within the abortion and family planning lobby took this approach when choosing locations for their facilities and that this practice continues to this day.

Our mission with the Racial Targeting Report, was to document whether the population control movement has targeted black and/or Hispanic communities by placing facilities in areas where those minority populations are disproportionately represented.

We began by creating a database of the ZIP codes for every Planned Parenthood facility in the United States, generated from Planned Parenthood’s own website. However, Planned Parenthood is not the only player. Their efforts are augmented by hundreds of independent abortion clinics. These facilities are found nationwide and are generally affiliated with trade associations like the National Abortion Federation or the National Coalition of Abortion Providers.
So a second database was created of these facilities. (Since some Planned Parenthood facilities are also members of the National Abortion Federation or the National Coalition of Abortion Providers, we took measures to make certain that these two charts were purged of duplicates.)

We then used United States Census Bureau figures to establish the percentage of black and Hispanic people residing within each of these ZIP codes as well as within each state. The resulting data allowed us to calculate how often these ZIP codes contain a higher proportion of blacks and/or Hispanics than the state in which they are located. Of equal importance is that this data also gave us the size of those disparities.

As the Racial Targeting Report shows, when it
comes to racial targeting, these people are not amateurs…

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