A group which highlights the contributions of minorities has spotted a former Planned Parenthood president.
According to their website, Minority Inventors Empowerment was created in 1994 as a non profit organization geared to educate and bring full awareness of past, present future generations of the history of minorities.
On their Facebook page, which shows 96,858 likes, the group highlighted the contributions of Faye Wattelton, calling the former Black Planned Parenthood president an, “American Social Activist for women rights and gender equality.”
They attempted to paint the advocate of abortion on demand as inspiring writing, “Alyce Faye Wattleton was born on July 8, 1943 in St. Louis. She was raised in a religious home her father was a minister and also worked as a factory worker…In New York she was exposed to the risks of botched abortions and suffering women faced during that phase in their lives…
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