Abortion Industry Targets Blacks, Latinos
Social activists have long claimed the tobacco and alcohol industries target poor minority neighborhoods. According to Life Dynamics Incorporated, the results of a new nationwide survey prove the abortion industry does the same.
The introduction to the report explains the simple methodology utilized:
“Our mission 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. This list was generated from Planned Parenthood’s website. 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.”
The results are shocking.
Out of the 94 Texas zip codes where abortion clinics are located, 72 are in predominantly black or Hispanic areas. In Connecticut, where 21 zip codes include abortion facilities, all but six are in disproportionately black or Latino neighborhoods.
Nationwide, out of 116 zip codes with more than one facility providing abortions, 84 were in neighborhoods that exceeded that state’s average percentage of blacks or Hispanics. 42 of the 50 states were found to have abortion clinics in areas that exceed 200% of that state’s average population of blacks and Hispanics.
We have reported before on how the eugenics movement is using abortions to control the births of Down Syndrome and female babies, but in America at least, it appears they are also targeting unborn children purely on the basis of race.