Free Republic
Browse · Search
Topics · Post Article

To: mhking; Coleus
2 posted on 01/11/2003 4:55:51 AM PST by toenail
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 1 | View Replies ]

To: toenail
This is disgusting, and it should get more publicity (although I doubt that it will).

Does anybody remember that when Jesse Jackson started out, many, many years ago, he was strongly opposed to abortion and in fact regarded it as an attack on blacks? Of course, when he sold his soul to the Democratic Party, he conveniently forgot all that.
3 posted on 01/11/2003 5:01:06 AM PST by livius
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 2 | View Replies ]

To: toenail; mhking; 2ndMostConservativeBrdMember; afraidfortherepublic; Alas; american colleen; ...

Abortion: Black Genocide!

The Negro Project

Dr. Gamble heir to the Proctor and Gamble fortune


I remember someone who spoke against this program before the Long Branch Housing Board of Commissioners and the audience (mostly Black--including residents and Parents and TWO FREEPERS)sitting there, they listened, and after the meeting they approached the speaker and thanked him for alerting them to the fact that Planned Parenthood and Margaret Higgins Sanger were eugenicists and wanted the Black Race annihilated. So, he asked, "Did you vote against the Program or speak against the program" the man responded, "No, the summer program is good for the kids and doesn't mention abortion" So, Go figure!!!!!! Let's face it, when you mention the words "program" "for the kids" "choice" blacks, democrats, etc. fall for it!!!

Camp class under fire

Published in the Asbury Park Press 8/16/01

LONG BRANCH -- A family planning organization that runs a self-esteem class at a local city day camp is coming under fire from a small group of pro-life activists.

The class, taught by Planned Parenthood at the Long Branch Housing Authority's summer camp, teaches children from ages 5 to 12 about how self-esteem affects attitude and behavior.

But a group of about six pro-life activists, who attended a Housing Authority board of commissioner's meeting at Garfield Court last night, said they believe Planned Parenthood has a hidden agenda to start reaching out to young children -- although the subjects of abortion or contraceptives is not discussed in the program, which includes personal hygiene.

"They are getting their name out that they are people to trust," said Rita Duenas, of Freehold, who believes the organization should not be associated with the camp.

But several residents of the housing authority, including the acting executive director, said they support the program because it is not sexual in nature, and gives children positive activities to take part in.

"I'm against abortion, but a strong supporter of Planned Parenthood. They teach the children awareness and self esteem," said Jeanette Platts, who lives in the Woodrow Wilson complex. "It's not about abortion; it's about good hygiene."

Michael Winnick, acting executive director at the Housing Authority, said Planned Parenthood has been teaching the same classes at the camp for three years. The program was approved by the previous executive director, Winnick said. Planned Parenthood's education department comes in for one hour a week for about five weeks in the summer and conducts activities with the children.

"I understand the concerns of people who feel there is an underlying reason for Planned Parenthood to be there," said Winnick. "But this is coming from an abstinence-based curriculum." He said parents are monitoring the classes closely, and the organization's name is not on materials given to the children.

Winnick said he has received few complaints from people who live in housing authority buildings. And he said there are no plans to eliminate the program.

Phyllis Kinsler, CEO of Planned Parenthood of Central New Jersey, said she was not surprised to learn that there were people opposed to the organization's arrangement with the camp.

"There are people who think we shouldn't do anything, anywhere, anytime," said Kinsler, who said the camp program is constructive and age-appropriate.

Kinsler said in one of this summer's projects, the children had pictures of themselves taken and then decorated picture frames with items that said something about their personality.

"We're a small part of a comprehensive effort to do good things for their kids," Kinsler said.

Keith Roberson, who is the drug elimination program coordinator at the Housing Authority and a reverend, said he has no problem with the program.

"I've spot checked and talked to counselors," Roberson said. "As a man of God, I don't believe in abortion," but he said he feels secure that those subjects aren't raised at the camp.

"I would be more excited if you would come back to help our youth," Roberson said to the group of activists at the meeting.

Cecilia Mazza, Long Branch, said she will continue to rally to have the program removed.

"How can we, as parents, trust our children to an organization whose primary agenda is to aggressively pursue nullifying parents rights and undermining parental authority?" Mazza said.

Julie Rogers said to the board, "Planned Parenthood has got its foot in the door. How long will this existing agenda last before the real agenda kicks in?"

Mary Cooper, who works at the day camp, told the board the children look forward to the one-hour-a-week classes, which ended for the season on Friday.

Published on August 16, 2001

Copyright 1997-2001 INJersey.
Use of this site signifies your agreement to the Terms of Service (updated 08/06/01).
Site design by INJersey.

Attention Catholic Voters:

Planned Parenthood of Central New Jersey, one of New Jersey's largest providers of abortions, gets $1,442,085 in Federal and State government grants. 40% of their $3,458,786 revenues.

They spend $305,388 lobbying for more tax money and AGAINST a ban on Partial Birth Abortions and AGAINST Parental Notification when a teenager wants to have an abortion.

Now at the Long Branch Housing Authority's Summer Camp, they are teaching their anti-Catholic pro-abortion rhetoric to children as young as 4 years old.

Spring Lake Mayor, Thomas Byrne, says they need to get County tax dollars too. Please call him and tell him they do not need to get County tax dollars as well. 732-449-0800 x2 x1

Please call Long Branch Mayor Adam Schneider and tell him that children, especially four year old children, should not be taught anything by Planned Parenthood. 732-222-7000 x 271

PRESIDENT GEORGE W. BUSH appoints 5 PRO ABORTION Judges to the Federal Bench in NJ!!

New US Senate President, Bill Frist (R.-Tenn.), a Major Shareholder in Reputed For-Profit Abortion Provider

and supports stem-cell research, read last paragraph:


Senator Frist, R-TN championed confirmation
of pro-abortion Satcher,

Bush isn't really pro life.

President Bush Appoints 5 Pro-Abortion Judges to the Federal Bench in NJ.

Bush Funds Abortion Overseas

The Bush Family Secret
A Catholic Response to Bush's Stem Cell Decision
Do We Have A Pro-Life President?

Bush funds 'Faith-Based Condom Religion'
Bush OK's NY Medicaid Plan For Contraceptives

Bush Advances Legacy Of Bad Decisions,
Broken Promises And Dead Babies

Bush's gay-friendly judicial nominees...
Log Cabin Republicans Ease Intolerance

Planned Parenthood started out as an organization to enhance the eugenics movement and to kill off the minorities.

President Bush and Senate President Frist: Stop the Eugenics Movement and Condom Distributions in School, END TITLE X FUNDING NOW!!

Stop Planned Parenthood
15 posted on 01/11/2003 1:57:04 PM PST by Coleus (Hello Ball)
[ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 2 | View Replies ]

Free Republic
Browse · Search
Topics · Post Article

FreeRepublic, LLC, PO BOX 9771, FRESNO, CA 93794 is powered by software copyright 2000-2008 John Robinson