As is common knowledge, African-American women are frequently targeted by abortion vendors and pro-abortion propaganda. Tens of millions of black babies have been murdered by Planned Parenthood since Roe v. Wade.
Abortion advertisements target young African-American women by telling them that all opponents of abortion and of Planned Parenthood are racist misogynists (even though the organization disproportionately euthanizes black and female babies).
These young women, believing the lie of pro-life sexism, and ending up in situations that lead to accidental pregnancies much more frequently, go through with the abortion, and many women end up traumatized as a result. The women are uninformed, often poor, and thus are more susceptible to the lies fed to them by the abortion industry.
Planned Parenthood claims that it is against bigotry, even though Margaret Sanger met with a female chapter of the Ku Klux Klan and founded the Negro Project, aimed at exterminating black babies. The organization primarily targets black, female, and disabled fetuses for destruction.
The racist, white supremacist, Holocaust-denying online encyclopedia Metapedia had written an article about Margaret Sanger which was extremely favourable toward her, lavishing praise upon her, describing her as a bastion of women's rights and bodily autonomy who revolutionized healthcare and provided a healthy alternative to the self-induced abortions being performed by disadvantaged women at the time. The article mentioned her meeting with the Klan, while describing it in favorable terms since Metapedia is a pro-Ku Klux Klan website. The article was massively reduced and revised in April 2019 and now describes her as a "race denialist," likely because they realized that conservatives would begin to associate Margaret Sanger with the far-right, thus reducing her popularity.
http://blackgenocide.org/ ---Activist website run by practicing Christian Reverend Clenard Childress aimed at promoting awareness of Planned Parenthood's murderous actions and racist history, promoted by libertarian movement conservative and former journalist for the Rebel Media Gavin McInnes.