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34.7% of babies aborted in Indiana are Black and Hispanic

Posted in Black Abortion Stats, Hispanic Abortion Stats with tags , , , , , , on March 4, 2014 by saynsumthn

34.7 % of babies aborted in Indiana are Black + Hispanic.

According to the CDC Abortion Surveillance report there were 9609 abortions for known ethnicity reported for Indiana in 2010. 5,943 (or 61.8 percent) were non-Hispanic white babies, 2,710 (or 28.2 percent) were non-Hispanic black babies, 622 (or 6.5 percent) were Hispanic babies, and 334 (or 3.5 percent) were babies of other races or ethnicity.

Ind 2010 CDC

The CDC Abortion Surveillance Report dated November 29, 2013 reveals that in 2010, 56.7% of abortions reported to the CDC nationwide were done on Hispanic and Black women.

CDC 2010 Black Hispanic Abortions TOTAL

According to the Report there were 415,479 abortions for known ethnicity reported for selected states in 2010. 153,045 (or 36.8 percent) were non-Hispanic white babies, 148,261 (or 35.7 percent) were non-Hispanic black babies, 87,240 (or 21.0 percent) were Hispanic babies, and 26,933 (or 6.5 percent) were babies of other races or ethnicity.

Abortion Eugenics Racism

The report reveals that a majority of Black or Hispanic babies were aborted many states:

• 73.3% of babies aborted in Mississippi were Black or Hispanic

• 73.2 % of babies #aborted in Georgia were Black or Hispanic

• 64.8% of babies aborted in DC were Black or Hispanic

• 61.4% of babies aborted in Alabama were Black or Hispanic

• 55.9% of babies aborted in New Jersey were Black or Hispanic

• 55.6% of babies aborted in Virginia were Black or Hispanic

• 54.1% of babies aborted in Tennessee were Black or Hispanic

• 54.3% of babies aborted in Delaware were Black or Hispanic

• 45.7 % of babies aborted in South Carolina were Black or Hispanic

• 43.5% of babies aborted in Missouri were Black or Hispanic

• 42.6% of babies aborted in Ohio were Black or Hispanic

• 41.6% of babies aborted in Arkansas were Black or Hispanic

Bristol Palin: ‪Abortion‬ Kills Black and Hispanic Babies

Posted in Black Abortion Stats with tags , , , , , , , , on February 7, 2014 by saynsumthn

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“Why do so many black and Hispanic people vote for liberals who so energetically support the murder of black and Hispanic babies?” ~ Bristol Palin

Today, Life Dynamics, Inc. a national pro-life organization located in Denton, Texas is reporting that Bristol Palin has blogged about the horrific way abortion targets the black and Hispanic community.

Bristol Palin

On Patheos as well as her facebook page, Bristol Palin, daughter of former Republican vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin, posted a blog entitled: Abortion Kills Black and Hispanic Babies.

Palin asks, “Why do so many black and Hispanic people vote for liberals who so energetically support the murder of black and Hispanic babies?”

In her blog, Palin quotes a LifeNews.com story detailing the ‪‎Eugenics aspects of abortion based on research from Life Dynamics, Inc.

CDC 2010 Black Hispanic Abortions TOTAL

In December, Life Dynamics sent out a press release revealing that the CDC Abortion Surveillance Report dated November 29, 2013 reveals that in 2010, 56.7% of abortions reported to the CDC nationwide were done on Hispanic and Black women.

Palin refers to the Life Dynamics report when she writes, “One leading pro-life activist tells LifeNews the CDC report confirms what many pro-life groups have been saying about abortion and the founder of the Planned Parenthood abortion business, that a eugenics-based racial discrimination is involved.”

Palin then writes, “Also there’s this: The report from 2011 showed Planned Parenthood and the abortion industry in the United States target black and Hispanic Americans by placing abortion facilities in communities with high minority populations.”

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That report was written and researched by Life Dynamics and is available here.

In addition to the national numbers from the CDC, Life Dynamics also detailed how a majority of Black or Hispanic babies were aborted statewide.

CDC Black Abortion Eugenics Racism

Palin concludes in her blog, “It is awful that so many black and Hispanic people vote for liberals who so energetically support the murder of black and Hispanic babies.”

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February is Black History Month and Life Dynamics is hoping the media will also point out how abortion is targeting the Black and Hispanic Community.

Life Dynamics’ powerful documentary film, Maafa21, is motivating the black and Hispanic communities to stand against abortion organizations like Planned Parenthood. ( Read more on that here) watch it here http://www.maafa21.com.

Life Dynamics is asking that communities across the country show Maafa21 this month in the hope that the film will educate more people that abortion is a racist tool of black genocide.

Former abortion clinic owner who referred to Planned Parenthood accused of racism AGAIN !

Posted in Abortionist Racist, Black Women with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 15, 2014 by saynsumthn

Former abortion clinic chain owner now race track owner who made racist statements about Hispanic immigrants and abortion, banned a Mexican-American horse trainer without a fair hearing before California’s racing board, the trainer claims in court.

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Family Planning Assoc Founder, Abortion doctor Edward C. Allred had troubling attitudes toward African Americans. Allred once publicly stated, “The Aid to Families with Dependent Children program is the worst boondoggle ever created. When a sullen black woman of 17 or 18 can decide to have a baby and get welfare and food stamps and become a burden to all of us, it’s time to stop…”

Trainer Alleges Racism at Los Alamitos

According to Courthouse News, In a Superior Court lawsuit, Jose De La Torre claims Los Alamitos the former abortion clinic owner Edward Allred had no “statutory or regulatory authority” to evict him from the race track.

De La Torre claims that Allred warned him at a Dec. 21, 2013 meeting at Los Alamitos that if he tried to contest the eviction at the California Horse Racing Board, he would be banned for life, and that Allred would try to limit his participation at racetracks in New Mexico and Oklahoma.

At the root of De La Torre’s discrimination claims is a 1980 interview with Allred, cited in the lawsuit. At that time, Allred was a physician and co-founder of Family Planning Associates Medical Group, one of the largest groups of privately owned abortion clinics in America.

Allred told the San Diego Union: Population control is too important to be stopped by some right-wing pro-life types. Take the new influx of Hispanic immigrants. Their lack of respect for democracy and social order is frightening. I hope I can do something to stem that tide. I’d set up a clinic in Mexico for free if I could. Maybe one in Calexico would help. The survival of our society could be at stake.

Allred added: “When a sullen black woman of 17 or 18 can decide to have a baby and get welfare and food stamps and become a burden to us all, it’s time to stop. In parts of South Los Angeles having babies for welfare is the only industry these people have.

Allred acknowledged in a 12-year-old interview with the Los Angeles Times that the statements appeared racist. He told a reporter: “That’s just not the way I am.” In that article, he expressed appreciation for Latinos who work at his race track.

De La Torre claims that only the racing board has the authority to evict him from the track. He says the board ignored his request for a hearing though it never issued an exclusion order confirming the eviction.

According to the lawsuit, Allred on Dec. 28 refused to allow the trainer to enter two eligible horses, “Chicks Special Agent” and “Zoomdasher,” into races at Los Alamitos.
“As a result, De La Torre has forever lost these racing opportunities because of defendants’ illegal conduct,” the lawsuit states.

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Edward Allred was the owner of one of the largest chains of abortion clinics in the United States. Not long before Allred made this statement, the Los Angeles Times reported that his California facilities were handling referrals made by Planned Parenthood.

Allred refers to Planned Parenthood

H/T Maafa21 on Facebook

In 1995, the abortion clinic Allred was accused of racism in the abortion-related death of a 24 year-old African American woman. It was in January of 1995, that 24 year-old African American TaTanisha Wesson went to the Family Planning Associates abortion clinic in Los Angeles, for an abortion and never came home. Her friend saw an ambulance arrive at the clinic that morning while sitting in the waiting room during the procedure.

TaTanisha ab death story

She called TaTanisha’s parents who rushed to the ER and found their beloved daughter in a coma. TaTanisha died in the hospital on February 1, 1995, leaving behind her 5 year old born son. An attorney for the family told the press that the abortion clinic gave TaTanisha too much anesthesia, that clinic staff was not present when she began to vomit, and that the abortion clinic delayed calling 911 for approx. 25 critical minutes. Her parents accused the abortionist of racism in their daughter’s death.

TaTanisha is one of many women who believed the lie that legal abortion made a “safe” abortion.

Where is NAACP and Al Sharpton on CDC Report showing Blacks + Hispanics targeted with abortion?

Posted in Al Sharpton and Planned Parenthood, NAACP with tags , , , , , , , , on December 4, 2013 by saynsumthn

The stats are mind boggling!

2010 CDC Black Hispanic AB Stats Saynsumthn

A new report published by the CDC has confirmed everything Life Dynamics, Inc. a national pro-life organization located in Denton, Texas has been saying about abortion, that it is based on eugenics.

The CDC Abortion Surveillance Report dated November 29, 2013 reveals that in 2010, 56.7% of abortions reported to the CDC nationwide were done on Hispanic and Black women.

CDC 2010 Black Hispanic Abortions TOTAL

According to the Report there were 415,479 abortions for known ethnicity reported for selected states in 2010. 153,045 (or 36.8 percent) were non-Hispanic white babies, 148,261 (or 35.7 percent) were non-Hispanic black babies, 87,240 (or 21.0 percent) were Hispanic babies, and 26,933 (or 6.5 percent) were babies of other races or ethnicities.

Life Dynamics points out that this eugenic targeting of minorities with abortion seems consistent statewide as well.

The report reveals that a majority of Black or Hispanic babies were aborted in New Jersey (55.9 percent)

NJ Abortion Stats 2010

the District of Columbia (64.8 percent)

DC Abortion Stats 2010

Georgia (73.2 percent).

GA Abortion Stats 2010

In New York City alone 81.9 percent of the babies aborted were Black or Hispanic while in the state of Texas 63.7 percent were Black or Hispanic an increase from 2009.

NEW YORK:
NY 2010 Abortion Black Hispanic

TEXAS:

Texas 2010 CDC Black Hispanic Abortion Stats

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Mark Crutcher, president of Life Dynamics, responds, “This confirms what we have said all along, that abortion is not about woman’s rights or reproductive freedom it is simply about eugenics. We not only documented the eugenic targeting of minorities in our film, Maafa21 but also in a report we published in 2011. Research we produced for our report, Racial Profiling by Planned Parenthood and the American Abortion Lobby, clearly shows that a majority of family planning centers market abortion to minorities by locating their centers in minority communities.”

Crutcher continues, “Maafa21 cites a study conducted by three American university researchers into the criteria used to decide the placement of U.S. population control facilities. Their finding was that the primary consideration in making this determination is not poverty but the percentage of blacks in the area. Historically, the population control movement’s eugenic efforts have been primarily focused on the African-American community and that was the underlying theme of Maafa 21. In our most recent research, however, we have seen unmistakable evidence that the family planning establishment is also ratcheting up its efforts to deal with the Hispanic population.”

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Life Dynamics identified 116 ZIP codes nationwide with more than one population control facility. Of those, 84 were disproportionately black and/or Hispanic. In Texas alone, 94 zip codes showed either an abortion facility or a Planned Parenthood abortion-referral clinic located there and 72 percent of the zip codes have populations that are disproportionately black and/or Hispanic.

Here is what we found for New York:

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NY Abortion Clinics Black Hispanic

Here is what we found for Texas:

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The report also found multiple abortion centers in many super-minority populated areas. The New Jersey zip code 07631 has a black population 286.7% of the state’s overall percentage and a Hispanic population 163.9% of the state, and that zip code has four abortion or abortion-referral centers. Minnesota zip code 55404 has a black population that is 797.1% of the overall state percentage and a Hispanic population 537.9% of the state and there are three population control centers there.

In Connecticut – a state thoroughly dissimilar from Texas in size, culture and geography – there are 21 zip codes where abortion centers or Planned Parenthood abortion-referral clinics are located and 15 of them have disproportionately black and/or Hispanic populations.

Crutcher summarizes, “What this means is that, when the American family planning industry places multiple facilities in a ZIP code, that ZIP code is more than two-and-a-half times as likely to be disproportionately minority as not. What we now know – and have documented – is that there is not one state in the union without population control centers located in ZIP codes with higher percentages of blacks and/or Hispanics than the state’s overall percentage. In fact, Hawaii is the only state that does not have facilities located in ZIP codes exceeding 125% of their overall percentage. Not only is this racial targeting widespread, it’s scale is often enormous. We found 42 states with family planning facilities in ZIP codes where the black and/or Hispanic populations exceeds 200% of the state’s overall percentage. More telling is that these percentages routinely go far beyond even this level. Numerous states have facilities in ZIP codes that range from 250% to well over 1,000% and it is not uncommon for them to have facilities located in many such ZIP codes.”

“We have pulled back the veil on the abortion cartel. The numbers make it clear that abortion is about eugenics, the African-American and Hispanic communities have been targeted and logic makes it clear that this did not happen coincidentally or unintentionally. ” Crutcher concluded.

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The NAACP has been in bed with the abortion lobby. They have remained silent on the death of a black women at the hands of Planned Parenthood from an abortion. Is it no wonder they will sit silently by and watch millions of black babies slaughtered i the womb from abortion?

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In 1977 African American leader Jesse Jackson said, It is strange that they choose to start talking about population control at the same time that Black people in America and people of color around the world are demanding their rightful place as human citizens and their rightful share of the material wealth in the world.”

In 1976 Jesse Jackson said this about abortion: “I think it is a significant issue, it reflects at one level, the moral decay and ambiguity in society, I think that Whenever Human Life ceases to represent the highest value in the human sphere, the society is in trouble….at this point what the court have ruled in abortion, the legal , it almost takes away from the young man the responsibility, and from the young woman the responsibility, of the act they have engaged in. And when people begin to use the excuses like “this girl is not ready yet” it means that the law of convenience becomes the highest law, and that is a very dangerous precedent morally, even before it becomes political!” (Jesse Jackson, Press Conference USA, February 2,1976)

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Jesse Jackson calls abortion’s “Law of convenie…, posted with vodpod

He said this in 1971 Contraceptives will become a form of drug warfare against the helpless in this nation.”

Abortion was founded in Eugenics racism.Perhaps Al Sharpton and the NAACP should read what African American leaders say about Planned Parenthood – Here

And so…the slaughter continues:

81.9 of babies aborted in New York City were Black or Hispanic !

63.7 percent of babies aborted in Texas were Black or Hispanic !

A majority of Black or Hispanic babies were aborted in the following states:

Arkansas (41.6 percent)

Arkansas Abortion Stats 2010

Colorado (33.3 percent)

CO Abortion Stats 2010

Delaware (54.3 percent)
DE Abortion Stats 2010

Indiana (34.7 percent)
IND Abortion Statts 2010 CDC

Mississippi (73.3 percent)

MS  Abortion Stats 2010

Missouri (43.5 percent)

MO Abortion Stats 2010

Ohio (42.6 percent)

OH Abortion Stats 2010

South Carolina (45.7 percent)
SC Abortion Stats 2010

Tennessee (54.1 percent)

TN Abortion Stats 2010
Virginia (55.6 percent)

VA Abortion Stats 2010

Abortion Ratio Increases for Blacks, according to CDC

Posted in Abortion and Racism, Abortion Numbers, Abortion stats, Black Abortion Stats, Black Genocide, Black Women, Guttmacher, Hispanic, Hispanic Abortion Stats with tags , , , , , , , , , , on December 4, 2013 by saynsumthn

The Center for Disease Prevention ( CDC) has just released its latest abortion numbers.

Each year, the CDC requests abortion data from the central health agencies of 52 reporting areas (the 50 states, the District of Columbia, and New York City). The reporting areas provide this information voluntarily. For 2010, data were received from 49 reporting areas. For the purpose of trend analysis, abortion data were evaluated from the 46 areas that reported data every year during 2001–2010. Census and natality data, respectively, were used to calculate abortion rates (number of abortions per 1,000 women) and ratios (number of abortions per 1,000 live births).

Results: A total of 765,651 abortions were reported to CDC for 2010. Of these abortions, 753,065 (98.4%) were from the 46 reporting areas that provided data every year during 2001–2010. Among these same 46 reporting areas, the abortion rate for 2010 was 14.6 abortions per 1,000 women aged 15–44 years, and the abortion ratio was 228 abortions per 1,000 live births. Compared with 2009, the total number and rate of reported abortions for 2010 decreased 3% and reached the lowest levels for the entire period of analysis (2001–2010); the abortion ratio was stable, changing only 0.4%. From 2001 to 2010, the total number, rate, and ratio of reported abortions decreased 9%, 10%, and 8%, respectively. Given the 3% decrease from 2009 to 2010 in the total number and rate of reported abortions, in combination with the 5% decrease that had occurred in the previous year from 2008 to 2009, the overall decrease for both measures was greater during 2006–2010 than during 2001–2005, despite the annual variations that resulted in no net decrease during 2006–2008.

2010 BLACK ABORTIONS:

The 2010 Census showed that the United States population on April 1, 2010, was 308.7 million. Out of the total population, 38.9 million people, or 13 percent, identified as Black alone.

in 2010, the abortion ratio increased 3% for non-Hispanic black women (from 486 abortions per 1,000 live births in 2007 to 503 in 2010). The actual reported numbers of abortion for non-Hispanic black women decreased 5% in 2010. (from 34.8 abortions per 1,000 women in 2007 to 33.2 in 2010).

The Data from 28 reporting areas; excludes 24 reporting areas (Arizona, California, Connecticut, Florida, Hawaii, Illinois, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts,
Michigan, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Washington, Wisconsin, and
Wyoming) that did not report, did not report by race/ethnicity, or did not meet reporting standards.

2010 CDC Abortions by Race Chart

The report also reveals that 56.7% of abortions reported were for Hispanic and Black babies.

CDC 2010 Black Hispanic Abortions TOTAL

According to the CDC Abortion Surveillance Report dated November 29, 2013, there were 415,479 abortions for known ethnicity reported for selected states in 2010. 153,045 (or 36.8 percent) were non-Hispanic white babies, 148,261 (or 35.7 percent) were non-Hispanic black babies, 87,240 (or 21.0 percent) were Hispanic babies, and 26,933 (or 6.5 percent) were babies of other races or ethnicities.

Startling numbers reveal that 81.9 percent of the babies aborted in 2010 were Black or Hispanic in New York City with 71.7 percent reported for the entire state.

NY 2010 Abortion Black Hispanic

According to the Report there were 108,175 abortions performed in New York State for known ethnicity in 2010 and a total of 80,274 in New York City. 9,220 (or 11.5 percent) were non-Hispanic white babies, in New York City while 24,620 (or 22.8 percent) abortions were performed statewide in the same category.

Non-Hispanic black abortions performed in New York City reached, 38,574 (or 48.1 percent) and statewide 46,179 (or 42.7 percent) abortions were performed on non-Hispanic black babies.

Hispanic abortions totaled 27,112 (or 33.8 percent) abortions in New York City alone verses 31,383 (or 29.0 percent) for the state.

There were 5,368 (or 6.7 percent) abortions reported for babies of other races or ethnicities in New York City while the state reported 5,993 (or 5.5 percent).

In Texas 63.7 percent of the babies aborted in 2010 were Black or Hispanic.

Texas 2010 CDC Black Hispanic Abortion Stats

According to the CDC Report there were 76,778 abortions performed in Texas in 2010. 23,548 (or 30.7 percent) were non-Hispanic white babies, 19,139 (or 24.9 percent) were non-Hispanic black babies, 29,771 (or 38.8 percent) were Hispanic babies, and 4,320 (or 5.6 percent) were babies of other races or ethnicities.

That is an increase from the CDC Abortion Surveillance report published on Nov. 23, 2012. According to that report, there were 77,152 abortions performed in Texas, 24,457 (or 31.7 percent) were non-Hispanic white babies, 19,152 (or 24.8 percent) were non-Hispanic black babies, 29,576 (or 38.3 percent) were Hispanic babies, and 3,967 (or 5.1 percent) were babies of other races or ethnicities.
The combined 48,728 black and Hispanic babies aborted in Texas in 2009 equaled 63.1 percent of the total of 77,152 abortions in the state.

In 2010 a majority of Black or Hispanic babies were also aborted in New Jersey (55.9 percent), the District of Columbia (64.8 percent) and Georgia (73.2 percent).

According to Guttmacher, research arm of Planned parenthood; In the early 1970s, more than two-thirds of all women obtaining abortions were white (70%, not shown). But beginning around 1980, the proportion of all abortions accounted for by nonwhite women began to increase steadily. By 2004, 37% of abortions were obtained by black women, 34% by non-Hispanic white women, 22% by Hispanic women and 8% by women of races other than white and black (Table 2).† To a large extent, these increased proportions reflect the increasing size of the minority population in the United States http://www.guttmacher.org/pubs/2008/09/18/Report_Trends_Women_Obtaining_Abortions.pdf

Of the women who obtained abortions between 1972 and 1985, the proportion who were unmarried women increased steadily, from 70% to 81%. The percentages who were black or of other minority races increased from 23% to 33%, and the percentage who had had one or no previous live births increased from 67% to 77%. When abortions are studied by gestational age, the percentage distribution has been stable since 1977.

During the period 1972-1985, the proportion of women obtaining abortions who were unmarried increased steadily from 70% to 81%. In 1986, the proportion of unmarried women decreased to 73% and further declined in 1987 to 70%. The percentages of black women and women of other minority races increased from 23% in 1972 to 32% in 1987, and the proportion of women with one or no previous live births increased from 67% to 73% during the same period. The percentage distribution by gestational age has been stable since 1977.

1973 – 1984

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1972-1990
Black Ab 1972-1990 CDC

1972-1991
During 1991, the abortion ratio for black women was more than twice that for white women, and the abortion rate for black women was about three times that for white women. Race-specific differences in abortion ratios and rates may reflect differences in factors such as socioeconomic status, contraceptive use, and access to family planning, contraceptive, and abortion services.

1972-1992

Thirty-four states, the District of Columbia, and New York City reported the race of women who obtained legal abortions. As in previous years, almost two thirds of women who obtained abortions were white. The abortion ratio for black women (518 per 1,000 live births), however, was more than twice that for white women (236 per 1,000 live births). The abortion ratio for women of other races (352 per 1,000 live births) was approximately 1.5 times greater than that for white women. In addition, the abortion rate for black women (41 per 1,000 black women) was 2.7 times greater than the rate for white women (15 per 1,000 white women).

1972-1992 Black Ab CDC

1972-1991 Blac Ab CDC

1972-1994 – Selected Years

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1972-1995- Selective years

In 1995, a total of 36 states, including the District of Columbia and New York City, reported Hispanic ethnicity of women who obtained abortions. Because of concerns regarding the completeness of such information (greater than 15% unknown data) regarding Hispanic ethnicity in some states, data from only 21 states, the District of Columbia, and New York City were evaluated to determine the number and percentage of abortions obtained by women of Hispanic ethnicity in 1995. These geographical areas represent approximately 38% of all reproductive-aged Hispanic women in the United States in 1995 (CDC, unpublished data). One published report of a study that used abortion data obtained from CDC also suggests that the number of Hispanics obtaining abortions may be underestimated (20). Thus, the number, ratio, and rate of abortions for Hispanic women in this report might not be representative of the overall Hispanic population in the United States (i.e., these data might reflect utilization of abortion services only in the areas included in this analysis).

1972-1995 Selected Years Black AB CDC

1972-1996 Selected Years

1972-1996 Black Ab Selected Years CDC

1972-1997 – Selected Years

1972-1997 CDC Black Ab Selected Years

1972-1998 selected years

The differential between the overall abortion ratio for black women and that for white women has increased steadily since 1989 (33). Rates and ratios for white women include data for Hispanics; therefore, comparisons of race may differ from state to state. Census Bureau estimates and birth certificate data show that the large majority of Hispanic women report themselves as white. Race-specific differences in legal induced abortion ratios and rates might reflect differences in factors such as socioeconomic status, access to family-planning and contraceptive services, contraceptive use, and incidence of unintended pregnancies.

As in the previous 3 years, the abortion-to-live-birth ratios for Hispanic women and non-Hispanic women during 1998 were similar (273 vs. 271). A 1996 report describing characteristics of women who obtain abortions stated that Hispanic women were less likely than non-Hispanic women to obtain an abortion (34). As in the past, the abortion rate per 1,000 Hispanic women was higher than the rate per 1,000 non-Hispanic women, which is consistent with several other studies (17,34). For women in all age groups, fertility was substantially higher for Hispanic than for non-Hispanic women (8).

In 1998, 38 states and the District of Columbia and New York City reported Hispanic ethnicity of women who obtained abortions. Because of concerns regarding the completeness of such information (>15% unknown data) in some states, data from only 23 states, the District of Columbia and New York City were evaluated to determine the number and percentage of abortions obtained by women of Hispanic ethnicity in 1998. These geographic areas represent less than half of all reproductive-age Hispanic women in the United States in 1998 and only about 40% of U.S. Hispanic births (8,35). Thus, the number of Hispanic women who obtain abortions is underestimated, and the number, ratio, and rate of abortions for Hispanic women in this report may not be representative of the overall Hispanic population in the United States.

1972-1998 Black Ab Selected Years CDC

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Selected Rates 1972-1999

Selective Rates 1972-1999 Black Ab CDC

1973-2000

1973-2000 Black Ab CDC Selected Years


1999-2008, selected states

Race
Among the 35 areas that reported race for 2008, white women (including Hispanic and non-Hispanic white women) accounted for the largest percentage (52.4%) of abortions; black women accounted for 40.2%, and women in the other races category accounted for 7.3% (Table 12). In contrast, black women had higher abortion rates and ratios than white women and women in the other races category (Table 12). Among the 26 reporting areas that provided data every year during 1999–2008, the percentage distribution of abortions by race changed little; although the percentage of abortions among women in the other races category increased, the percentage remained low (Table 13). Abortion rates decreased among women of all races during 1999–2008. However, among white women, decreases in abortion rates were greater during 1999–2003 than during 2004–2008. Among black women, decreases during 1999–2003 did not continue during 2004–2008, and from 2007 to 2008, abortion rates increased. Abortion ratios decreased during 1999–2008 among women of all races, and these decreases occurred both during 1999–2003 and during 2004–2008. However, this trend reversed among black women from 2007 to 2008 when their abortion ratio increased (Table 13).

Race/Ethnicity
Among the 28 areas that reported cross-classified race/ethnicity data for 2008 (Table 14), non-Hispanic white women and non-Hispanic black women accounted for 37.2% and 35.5% of all abortions. Hispanic women accounted for 21.1% of all abortions, and non-Hispanic women in the other races category accounted for 6.3%. Non-Hispanic white women had the lowest abortion rates (8.7 abortions per 1,000 women aged 15–44 years) and ratios (140 abortions per 1,000 live births), whereas non-Hispanic black women had the highest abortion rates (33.5 abortions per 1,000 women aged 15–44 years) and ratios (472 abortions per 1,000 live births). Among the 24 areas†††† that reported by race/ethnicity both in 2007 and 2008, increases in abortion rates and ratios were somewhat greater for non-Hispanic black women than for non-Hispanic white women and Hispanic women. Abortion rates increased 10% for non-Hispanic black women (from 32.2 abortions per 1,000 women in 2007 to 35.4 in 2008), 5% for non-Hispanic white women (from 8.6 abortions per 1,000 women in 2007 to 9.0 in 2008), and 2% for Hispanic women (from 20.0 abortions per 1,000 women in 2007 to 20.4 in 2008). Similarly abortion ratios increased 4% among non-Hispanic black women (from 481 abortions per 1,000 live births in 2007 to 501 in 2008), whereas they were more stable for non-Hispanic white women (at 145 abortions per 1,000 live births in 2007 and 144 in 2008) and for Hispanic women (at 201 abortions per 1,000 live births in 2007 to 196 in 2008). Because 2007 was the first year for which cross-classified race/ethnicity data were compiled, longer term trends could not be evaluated.

Ethnicity
Among the 32 areas that reported ethnicity for 2008, Hispanic women accounted for 19.5% of all abortions, with an abortion rate of 20.3 abortions per 1,000 women and an abortion ratio of 192 abortions per 1,000 live births (Table 15). These results are similar, albeit slightly lower, to those for Hispanic women who obtained abortions in the 27 reporting areas that provided cross-classified race/ethnicity data (Table 14). Among the 19 reporting areas that provided ethnicity data every year during 1999–2008, the percentage of abortions accounted for by Hispanic women increased 15% (Table 16). Abortion rates and ratios decreased among Hispanic women during 1999–2008. However, these decreases were greater during 1999–2003 than during 2004–2008 and did not continue from 2007 to 2008 (Table 16).

1999-2008 Black Ab CDC


2000-2009, Selected States

Black Ab 2000-2009 CDC

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New CDC report proves Abortion is about Eugenics

Posted in Abortion and Racism, Abortion Numbers, Abortion stats, Black Abortion Stats, Black Babies, Eugenics, Hispanic, Hispanic Abortion Stats, Life Dynamics, Mark Crutcher, Planned Parenthood and Eugenics, Planned Parenthood and Hispanics with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on December 4, 2013 by saynsumthn

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
DECEMBER 4, 2013

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81.9 percent of babies aborted in New York City and 63.7 percent of babies aborted in Texas were Black or Hispanic !

“We have pulled back the veil on the abortion cartel. The numbers make it clear that abortion is about eugenics, the African-American and Hispanic communities have been targeted and logic makes it clear that this did not happen coincidentally or unintentionally. ” ~ Mark Crutcher, president of Life Dynamics.<

A new report published by the CDC has confirmed everything Life Dynamics, Inc. a national pro-life organization located in Denton, Texas has been saying about abortion, that it is based on eugenics.

The CDC Abortion Surveillance Report dated November 29, 2013 reveals that in 2010, 56.7% of abortions reported to the CDC nationwide were done on Hispanic and Black women.

CDC 2010 Black Hispanic Abortions TOTAL

According to the Report there were 415,479 abortions for known ethnicity reported for selected states in 2010. 153,045 (or 36.8 percent) were non-Hispanic white babies, 148,261 (or 35.7 percent) were non-Hispanic black babies, 87,240 (or 21.0 percent) were Hispanic babies, and 26,933 (or 6.5 percent) were babies of other races or ethnicities.

Life Dynamics points out that this eugenic targeting of minorities with abortion seems consistent statewide as well.

Abortion Eugenics Racism

The report reveals that a majority of Black or Hispanic babies were aborted many states:

• 73.3% of babies aborted in Mississippi were Black or Hispanic

• 73.2 % of babies #aborted in Georgia were Black or Hispanic

• 64.8% of babies aborted in DC were Black or Hispanic

• 61.4% of babies aborted in Alabama were Black or Hispanic

• 55.9% of babies aborted in New Jersey were Black or Hispanic

• 55.6% of babies aborted in Virginia were Black or Hispanic

• 54.1% of babies aborted in Tennessee were Black or Hispanic

• 54.3% of babies aborted in Delaware were Black or Hispanic

• 45.7 % of babies aborted in South Carolina were Black or Hispanic

• 43.5% of babies aborted in Missouri were Black or Hispanic

• 42.6% of babies aborted in Ohio were Black or Hispanic

• 41.6% of babies aborted in Arkansas were Black or Hispanic

In New York City alone 81.9 percent of the babies aborted were Black or Hispanic while in the state of Texas 63.7 percent were Black or Hispanic an increase from 2009.

NEW YORK:
NY 2010 Abortion Black Hispanic

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Texas 2010 CDC Black Hispanic Abortion Stats

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Mark Crutcher, president of Life Dynamics, responds, “This confirms what we have said all along, that abortion is not about woman’s rights or reproductive freedom it is simply about eugenics. We not only documented the eugenic targeting of minorities in our film, Maafa21 but also in a report we published in 2011. Research we produced for our report, Racial Profiling by Planned Parenthood and the American Abortion Lobby, clearly shows that a majority of family planning centers market abortion to minorities by locating their centers in minority communities.”

Crutcher continues, “Maafa21 cites a study conducted by three American university researchers into the criteria used to decide the placement of U.S. population control facilities. Their finding was that the primary consideration in making this determination is not poverty but the percentage of blacks in the area. Historically, the population control movement’s eugenic efforts have been primarily focused on the African-American community and that was the underlying theme of Maafa 21. In our most recent research, however, we have seen unmistakable evidence that the family planning establishment is also ratcheting up its efforts to deal with the Hispanic population.”

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Life Dynamics identified 116 ZIP codes nationwide with more than one population control facility. Of those, 84 were disproportionately black and/or Hispanic. In Texas alone, 94 zip codes showed either an abortion facility or a Planned Parenthood abortion-referral clinic located there and 72 percent of the zip codes have populations that are disproportionately black and/or Hispanic.

Here is what we found for New York:

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NY Abortion Clinics Black Hispanic

Here is what we found for Texas:

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The report also found multiple abortion centers in many super-minority populated areas. The New Jersey zip code 07631 has a black population 286.7% of the state’s overall percentage and a Hispanic population 163.9% of the state, and that zip code has four abortion or abortion-referral centers. Minnesota zip code 55404 has a black population that is 797.1% of the overall state percentage and a Hispanic population 537.9% of the state and there are three population control centers there.

In Connecticut – a state thoroughly dissimilar from Texas in size, culture and geography – there are 21 zip codes where abortion centers or Planned Parenthood abortion-referral clinics are located and 15 of them have disproportionately black and/or Hispanic populations.

Crutcher summarizes, “What this means is that, when the American family planning industry places multiple facilities in a ZIP code, that ZIP code is more than two-and-a-half times as likely to be disproportionately minority as not. What we now know – and have documented – is that there is not one state in the union without population control centers located in ZIP codes with higher percentages of blacks and/or Hispanics than the state’s overall percentage. In fact, Hawaii is the only state that does not have facilities located in ZIP codes exceeding 125% of their overall percentage. Not only is this racial targeting widespread, it’s scale is often enormous. We found 42 states with family planning facilities in ZIP codes where the black and/or Hispanic populations exceeds 200% of the state’s overall percentage. More telling is that these percentages routinely go far beyond even this level. Numerous states have facilities in ZIP codes that range from 250% to well over 1,000% and it is not uncommon for them to have facilities located in many such ZIP codes.”

“We have pulled back the veil on the abortion cartel. The numbers make it clear that abortion is about eugenics, the African-American and Hispanic communities have been targeted and logic makes it clear that this did not happen coincidentally or unintentionally. ” Crutcher concluded.
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Abortion rights org honors anti-immigration advocate who promotes population control

Posted in FAIR, Immigration, NARAL with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on November 27, 2013 by saynsumthn

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According to a tweet to NARAL the abortion group honored Richard Lamm, who promotes anti-immigration thru several organizations.

The Southern Poverty Law Center accuses several anti-immigration groups of racism.

NARAL Honors Richard Lamm

According to Image 2050, Richard “Dick” Lamm: the former Governor of Colorado is long-time associate of Tanton. Lamm has long served on the board of advisers for the Federation of American Immigration (FAIR), the group Tanton founded in 1979. Lamm was a part of the Tanton-inspired attempt to hi-jack the Sierra Club’s board in 2003, after the group dropped population politics from its agenda in 1996. Lamm has also served on PFIR’s board since its launch. In the past, the former Governor has attacked immigrants by regarding their presence in the United States to the Denver Post as follows: “this onslaught of new people and new cultures [is] diluting what we are and who we are.” He is also on the national board of advisers of an official FAIR state contact group, Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS), which like FAIR has received funding from the pro-eugenics Pioneer Fund.

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In 1967, Colorado became the first state in the US to legalize abortion.

Colorado’s bill was carefully steered through the lower house by then Denver Representative Richard D. Lamm. Lamm was the abortion bill’s principle sponsor. The abortion bill was the first one to pass a state legislature in the United States setting off a domino effect of other bills in various other states. It was signed into law by then Governor John A. Love.

Richard D. Lamm is Co-Director of the Institute for Public Policy Studies at the University of Denver, and the former three-term Governor of Colorado, (1975-1987).

Today Lamm sits on the boards of several anti-immigration organizations the Federation of American Immigration Reform (FAIR) and (PFIR), Progressives for Immigration Reform, and (CAPS), Californians for Population Stabilization.

Lamm has always been in the forefront of political change. As a first year legislator, he drafted and succeeded in passing the nation’s first liberalized abortion law. He was an early leader of the environmental movement, and was President of the First National Conference on Population and The Environment. Lamm was elected to three terms as Colorado’s top elected official, and in serving as Governor from January 1975 and retiring in January 1987, he was the longest-serving Governor in Colorado’s history to that date.

In a press release about his newest book, THE BRAVE NEW WORLD OF HEALTH CARE, Lam writes about limits, rationing and denial to Americans of some of the health care they have come to expect. “We are going to have to have a candid dialog and set priorities on spending limits at the beginning of life, the end of life, and all points in between. No modern nation can build a health care system an individual at a time. The new questions in health care will not only be What do we need? but What can society afford? I hope this book makes Americans more aware of that.” Former Colorado Governor Richard Lamm is well known for speaking out about issues that politicians find too controversial to address, including his often misinterpreted “Duty to Die” speech in 1984. He was also a presidential candidate for the Reform Party.

Lamm’s position on the board the (FAIR) Federation of American Immigration Reform lays side by side founding notable population controllers as Paul Ehrlich and Garret Hardin.

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