Girls Scouts have Long Standing Relationship with Planned Parenthood dating back to the 1970’s
The website LifeNews.com has recently come under fire for writing about the Girls Scout connection to abortion groups like Planned Parenthood.
This blogger will not review the connections already published by Life News and others participating in the CookieCott of the Girl Scouts.
What I would like to documents is the LONG STANDING relationship members of the Girl Scouts have had with abortion giant Planned Parenthood.
1985 – Planned Parenthood admits Girls Scouts are supportive of their programs:
2004: Parents upset the Girl Scouts gave a Woman of the Year award to a Planned Parenthood Executive:
1990 Girl Scout leader shows Planned Parenthood film to troop
1973 – Grils Scouts into Sex Ed Badge and connect with orgs close to Planned Parenthood:
1973 HEW Funds Girls Scouts for Project conducted by Planned Parenthood among others:
1963 Planned Parenthood Officers work with Girl Scouts:
1977 Girls Scouts under fire – quotes a 1973 Girls Scout Council as suggesting teens visit Planned Parenthood:
1972 Planned Parenthood conducts workshop for Girl Scouts:
1987- Active member of Planned Parenthood for 25 years also involved with Girl Scouts:
1990 Director of Girl Scout Council also Director of Finance for Planned Parenthood
1989 Jr Girl Scouts attend workshop where Planned Parenthood is a participant:
1985 Girls Scouts review co-sponsorship with Planned Parenthood
1972- Planned Parenthood leads discussion at Girl Scouts sponsored event:
1974 – Planned Parenthood chairman active with Girl Scouts speaks at their event:
Despite mounting evidence– Girls Scouts USA continues to deny the ties they have with the abortion giant Planned Parenthood.
MyGirlsScoutCouncil has issued this response to the video:
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