‘Reproductive Justice’: Planned Parenthood Invades Universities

It’s been well established already that Planned Parenthood’s national operation is propped up by hundreds of millions in US taxpayer dollars.

But what’s not so well-known is that the organization uses tax dollars, via tuition and fees, to organize pro-abortion student groups on campuses around the country.

Those groups stage events and protests advocating for ‘reproductive justice’.

At current count, more than 300 such groups have been created across the country.

So here’s the gist: taxpayer-funded Planned Parenthood uses more tax dollars to support groups that advocate for continued profiteering from its abortion centers.

Defunding Planned Parenthood is long overdue.

Here’s more from PJ Media…

Planned Parenthood has seeded more than 300 American college campuses with student groups to fight “abortion stigma” and to promote “reproductive justice.”

Founded in 2014, the Planned Parenthood Generation Action (PPGA) group recruits college students to launch clubs in support of Planned Parenthood’s mission, and in turn, recruit their peers and friends to join.

Key priorities of the program include “inclusivity, abortion stigma, trans inclusion, elections, and movement/power building,” according to PPGA’s website. “We advocate for our health centers to provide crucial health services, including abortion care,” it adds.

Once a student chapter is launched — often under covert names like the Salem Sisters or The Feminist Collective of Point Park  — the chapter hosts events in hopes of swaying peers’ opinions to support “reproductive justice” and, more bluntly: abortion.

Despite insistence that it is a health care organization, Planned Parenthood is also the nation’s single largest abortion provider. According to a report the nonprofit released over the New Year’s Eve weekend, more than 320,000 abortions were performed last year.

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