Remove the Statue of KKK Speaker and White Nationalist Margaret Sanger from Smithsonian "Struggle for Justice"
World Congress of Families and Freedom's Journal Institute For the Study of Faith and Public Policy have partnered to create a new on-line petition in partnership with African American leaders and pastors from to demand once again the removal of a statue of Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger from the Smithsonian’s “Struggle for Justice” National Portrait Gallery exhibit.
Margaret Sanger was a "white nationalist" sympathizer who even spoke at a Klu Klux Klan meeting in Silver Lake, New Jersey in 1926. Sanger described the KKK and her experience this way, "Always to me an aroused group was a good group, so I accepted the invitation to talk to the women's branch of the Ku Klux Klan...(snopes.com - Margaret Sanger: An Autobiography)."
Sanger was a seminal figure in the legalization of abortion in the United States and abroad. More than 19 million African American babies have been aborted since Roe v. Wade. The slaughter continues at the rate of 900 a day, on average. And that’s precisely what Margaret Sanger, a white supremacist wanted. Sanger was a proponent of eugenics – the idea that the population of what she considered “inferior races” should be held down, so that “superior races” (whites, especially Northern Europeans) would be dominant. To that end, the mother of population control spoke at a Ku Klux Klan meeting and communicated with supporters of Adolf Hitler. Today, 70% of Planned Parenthood clinics (where most abortions are performed in the United States) are located in black and Hispanic areas.
Dr. Eric Wallace, Pastor and President and Founder of Freedom's Journal Institute and the Black Conservative Summit summarizes the impact of Margaret Sanger, "Planned Parenthood (and the abortion lobby in general) has targeted the black community “for demise” since the days when its racist founder Margaret Sanger led the organization. Planned Parenthood continues to commit genocide against black babies."
Please sign and share the petition to remove Margaret Sanger from her place of honor in the "Struggle for Justice" exhibit in the Smithsonttpsian Institution National Portait Gallery.
Visit www.freedomsjournalinstitute.org to read more on Margaret Sanger's legacy of abortion and black genocide.