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Published On: Sat, Jan 27th, 2018

Planned Parenthood linked to 300 college campus groups to fight ‘abortion stigma’ and promote ‘reproductive justice’

Planned Parenthood has been linked to 300 American college campuses with student groups to fight “abortion stigma” and to promote “reproductive justice.”

The Planned Parenthood Generation Action (PPGA) group recruits college students to launch clubs in support of Planned Parenthood’s mission, and in turn, recruit their peers and friends to join.

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Noted priorities of the program include “inclusivity, abortion stigma, trans inclusion, elections, and movement/power building,” according to PPGA’s website. “We advocate for our health centers to provide crucial health services, including abortion care,” it adds.

Student chapters are launched, often under covert names like the Salem Sisters or The Feminist Collective of Point Park, the chapter hosts events in hopes of swaying peers’ opinions to support “reproductive justice” and, more bluntly: abortion.

While Planned Parenthood is marketed as a women’s health group, a health care organization, but is also the nation’s single largest abortion provider. According to a report the nonprofit released over the New Year’s Eve weekend, more than 320,000 abortions were performed last year.

Abortion referrals and pregnancy counseling aren’t even mentioned anywhere on Planned Parenthood’s list of services and even turning people away 95% of the time.

PJ Media quotes from the PPGA club at the University of Arizona, a public school, who operate under the name VOX: Voices for Planned Parenthood, the school’s PPGA club receives special support from the school’s Women’s Center by way of event funding and operational support.

The club’s president, Sedona Lynch, affirmed her club’s commitment to “reproductive justice” during a recent interview.

“Whether [women] want to have any kids, whether they want one, or none. I want people to be able to have that option to decide what they want,” Lynch told Campus Reform.

“Especially on a college campus, I think it’s important to fight for reproductive justice because everyone here’s trying to get an education. We’re trying to be successful in life,” she added.

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- Catherine "Kaye" Wonderhouse, a proud descendant of the Wunderhaus family is the Colorado Correspondent who will add more coverage, interviews and reports from this midwest area.

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