“Planned Parenthood Generation Action is harnessing the power, energy, and enthusiasm of young people to fight for reproductive freedom and for fundamental justice for all”
We never hear about these groups being protested or harassed like we frequently do with pro-life groups. Isn’t that strange?
Campus Reform reports:
Planned Parenthood supports abortion advocacy clubs on college campuses
After the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade and ended the constitutional protection for abortion, Planned Parenthood has continued to support Planned Parenthood Generation Action (PPGA) clubs on college campuses, according to its website.
“With more than 350 campus groups across the country, Planned Parenthood Generation Action is harnessing the power, energy, and enthusiasm of young people to fight for reproductive freedom and for fundamental justice for all,” the website reads.
“Mid-Michigan Planned Parenthood Legislative Action Team meetings occurring every other Wednesday in Lansing and must be attended by two PPGA MSU officers, one of whom shall be the president,” PPGA MSU’s constitution reads. “All officers must attend at least three Legislative Action Team meetings and/or events per semester.”
Recent advocacy work by Planned Parenthood of Michigan includes supporting Proposal 3, a ballot measure that “would add the right to an abortion to Michigan’s constitution,” according to Fox 2 Detroit.
“Every individual has a fundamental right to reproductive freedom, which entails the right to make and effectuate decisions about all matters relating to pregnancy, including but not limited to prenatal care, childbirth, postpartum care, contraception, sterilization, abortion care, miscarriage management, and infertility care,” Proposal 3 reads.
“57% of Michigan voters approved the codification of legal abortion,” and “43 counties across the state” conducted recounts before Proposal 3’s official passage according to Fox 17 West Michigan.
An Instagram post from PPGA MSU declares, “Abortion is on the November ballot!”
Other posts on the Instagram page advertise events, including sex trivia and a “Birthday Bash” celebrating Roe. A post-Roe Halloween party advertised “food, pumpkin painting, games, plus free condoms and candy.”
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