Eugenic founded Planned Parenthood organization gives awards to journalists who hide their agenda
Planned Parenthood with many of their founding board and past presidents who were members of the American Eugenics Society and whose founder Margaret Sanger was a racist KLAN speaker – has now awarded the many journalists who give their true agendas cover:
One Planned Parenthood Maggie Award recipient is Cynthia Tucker who wrote an article in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, entitled: “Is Abortion a Racist Plot? Of Course Not” . This article , doing the bidding of Planned Parenthood, was clearly written in my opinion, to offset the powerful impact of documentaries like Maafa21 and exposing of Black Genocide from abortion.
One says it, the other swears by it
Tucker and others appear to get their “facts” from another so-called ‘unbiased’ journalist and Planned Parenthood supporter, who published an article on this subject: Michelle Goldberg. This “journalist” who also writes for the New York Times, receives funding from Planned Parenthood, the very organization which Maafa21 exposes! In fact, Goldberg was a recent featured speaker for Planned Parenthood events and Planned Parenthood has funded Goldberg’s speaking events, where she promotes her books. It is clear that Goldberg has an investment in seeing that Planned Parenthood is NEVER discredited.
( PS – Here are pictures of Michelle Goldberg at a NARAL pro-abortion Conference )
More Links on Goldberg’s ties to Planned Parenthood here:
Here Goldberg is FUNDED by Planned Parenthood
So, the next time you read something Ms. Tucker writes – keep her bias in mind and remember that she was rewarded by Planned Parenthood, the nation’s top abortion clinic.
Another recipient was MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow – no shock there – Maddow is admittedly pro-abortion. But,you might be interested to read how she gives Planned Parenthood cover from their connection to what Maddow calls racist anti-immigration organizations: Read thisRachel Maddow: “Arizona Anti-Immigration Law Written By Racists” is that a FAIR statement? What about the Planned Parenthood Connection?
Below is the Press Release issued by Planned Parenthood (in part)
Rachel Maddow, Glamour Magazine, and the AJC’s Cynthia Tucker Among Planned Parenthood’s 2010 Maggie Award Winners
Washington, DC — Today, Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA) presented six Maggie Awards to journalists and news organizations for their exceptional coverage of reproductive rights and health care issues. The awards luncheon is part of Planned Parenthood’s annual Organizing and Policy Summit, which brings together hundreds of Planned Parenthood staff and volunteers from across the country, as well as hundreds of young high school and college activists.
“It’s easy to fall into the trap of just reporting the ‘he said she said’ debate when it comes to reproductive health issues,” said PPFA President Cecile Richards. “But these journalists delved deep into the issues and provided their audiences with a better understanding of how reproductive health plays out in politics, communities and the lives of individuals. For that, we’re grateful.”
This year’s Maggie Award winners covered issues ranging from highly questionable adoption practices by so-called crisis pregnancy centers to female genital mutilation among immigrants in the U.S., the debate over health insurance coverage for abortion as part of health care reform, and the use of racially charged rhetoric by opponents of legal abortion.
The 2010 Maggie Award Winners are
• Commentary: Cynthia Tucker, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, for: “Is Abortion a Racist Plot? Of Course Not” and “Ga. Senate’s New Concern for Black Children”
• News Magazine: The Nation for: “Shotgun Adoption”
• Women’s Magazine: Glamour for: “The Serious Health Decision Women Aren’t Talking About”
• Online Reporting: Lynn Harris, Salon.com, for: “Our Daughters Should Not Be Cut”
• TV News Reporting: The Rachel Maddow Show, MSNBC, for its coverage of the health care reform debate, the murder of Dr. George Tiller and the anti-abortion movement
The awards luncheon was hosted by veteran journalist and former ABC News correspondent Lynn Sherr, who also received a Maggie Award in 1989 and 1992.