(Not a) Shock: Internal Audit Finds Rampant Complaints of Racism From Black and Hispanic Employees At Planned Parenthood

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It turns out, there’s a whole lotta racism going on over at Planned Parenthood. And that's not even counting all the ethnic genocide.

Frankly, this should come as a shock to exactly no one who's familiar with the abortion giant, whose abject hatred of minorities, particular the black community, is well documented. Considering the fact that 70 percent of their abortion clinics are located in low-income minority neighborhoods, that the group provably targets a disproportionate number of black children for extermination, and that their founder, Margaret Sanger, had such a deep and verified history of racism that even Planned Parenthood of New York has sought to disavow her and the national headquarters quietly discontinued its annual award in her name, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that now, an internal audit has revealed dozens of black Planned Parenthood employees say they faced discrimination in the workplace.

According to Buzzfeed, who reviewed the group’s assessment, many black Planned Parenthood employees said they felt they were “held to a different standard than the organization’s white employees” and were “often expected to work more and given less leeway.” From Buzzfeed:

Black employees told AORTA they regularly experienced acts of racism and anti-Blackness from their white colleagues but found that when they reported problems to human resources, there was “no meaningful consequence or accountability for racial harm,” a slide in the presentation read. The employees said they had been experiencing these issues and bringing them to management’s attention for years, but felt that little had been done to change the problems.

The report is in line with another Buzzfeed investigation detailed back in August, which found that many black employees of pro-abortion groups said they often felt discriminated against and mistreated when compared to their white colleagues. 

“I’ve worked at plenty of nonprofits, and I have never been treated so horribly in my life as I was at Planned Parenthood, to the point where I grew very depressed, had a lot of anxiety, and cried in the bathroom almost every day,” said one former black female employee, who had worked at Planned Parenthood of Metropolitan Washington, D.C. Buzzfeed found her story matched many others from minority employees, mostly women, who confirmed they had been often been denigrated in public by their superiors, referred to by racist slurs, or lumped into groups. Some employees who had worked at Planned Parenthood’s D.C. site said their desks were event segregated by skin color.

Of course, this is an organization founded by a woman who openly admitted to using abortion to curb minority population growth and which continues to carry out that open mission to this day, aborting hundreds of thousands of black and brown babies every single year. Given their record of race-based extermination, it shouldn’t come as much of a surprise that they also talk down to black women in the office.

 

(Cover Photo: Robin Marty)

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