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Alyce Faye Wattleton: Planned Parenthood Sellout

Alyce Faye Wattleton was born in St. Louis, Missouri in 1943, the only child of a construction worker father and a mother who was a seamstress and a Church of God minister. During her childhood, her mother's calling meant that the family traveled frequently, and Wattleton saw the emotional effect her mother's preaching had on the congregation. Although her mother never approved of her work in reproductive rights, Wattleton considers the principle of non-judgment espoused by the faith of her upbringing to have had a deep impact on her future work in family planning.

Entering Ohio State University at age 17, she was awarded a bachelor's degree in nursing in 1964, and went on to teach at a nursing school in Dayton, Ohio for two years. She earned her Master of Science degree in maternal and infant care, with certification as a nurse-midwife, from Columbia University in 1967. She has received 13 honorary doctoral degrees.

During her presidency at Planned Parenthood Federation of America, from 1978 to 1992, Wattleton transformed the organization into the politically engaged entity that it is today, while at the same time dramatically increasing its health-care services. Anticipating that the 1980's would bring many political challenges, Wattleton restructured the organization so that it could respond to the new environment created by the Ronald Reagan administration and the rise of the Religious Right. She also led Planned Parenthood's growth as a health-care provider. By the time she left the organization, it had more than 170 affiliates in 49 states and Washington, D.C., and operated more than 800 health centers.

In 1986, the American Humanist Association named her Humanist of the Year. In 1990, Wattleton, along with 15 other African American men and women, formed the African-American Women for Reproductive Freedom.

Original Source: Wikipedia


Author: J. E. Buchanan, III
CEO/Information Architect

Alyce Faye Wattleton is a staunch Feminist activist; and has followed, lock-step, in the shadow of the one of the most ardently, outspoken racist Eugenicists the world has ever known... Margaret Higgins Sanger. 

It is quite puzzling to us that a duly educated, Negro woman could stoop to the vile and debasing level that Ms Wattleton has; through the intrinsically despicable vehicle of the murder of unborn children.

To place even more insult to an already bloody situation, Ms. Wattleton has willfully targeted her own race for annihilation since taking the helm of Planned Parenthood in 1978.

Ms.Wattleton is no less than a bloody, self-loathing, charlatan profiteer of the murderous Eugenics movement. 

The sooner that Negroes in North America realize that monsters like this are leeches within their communities, the sooner the, much needed, elixir of healing will begin to be poured out upon the sorely marginalized members of this Republic. 

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Ms. Alyce Faye Wattleton

Born: 07/08/1943

B.A. Degree in Nursing from Ohio State University (1964)

M.S. Degree in Maternal and Infant Care from Columbia University (1967)

Trustee Board Member at Columbia University
13 Honorary Doctoral Degrees
 Business Leader, Nurse, Philanthropist 
Self-Loathing Racist and Eugenicist
Planned Parenthood Executive Director (1970-1978)
Humanist of the Year Award: American Humanist Association (1986)
Ohio Women's Hall of Fame Inductee (1986)
Founded African-American Women for Reproductive Freedom (1990) 
Planned Parenthood President (1978-1992)

Received the Margaret Sanger Award for Outstanding Service at PPH (1992)

Founder: Center for the Advancement of Women (1996)

National Women's Hall of Fame Inductee (1993)

Memoir: Life on the Line (1996)


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