“Planned Parenthood of Greater New York announced that it will remove founder Margaret Sanger’s name from its Manhattan health clinic and urge New York City leaders to remove her name from a street sign near the clinic because of her ‘harmful connections to the eugenics movement.’

“It took them long enough.

“It is certainly a welcome acknowledgment of historical fact that Planned Parenthood is owning the racist, eugenicist history of Sanger. But this does not excuse their continued perpetuation of her legacy through their insidious practice of targeting the most vulnerable, especially poor women and women of color (both of whose populations so often intersect), by locating the vast majority of Planned Parenthood clinics within walking distance of nonwhite neighborhoods….”

FFL President Serrin M. Foster and Editor Damian J. Geminder’s article in America magazine is making headlines across the country.

Kathryn Jean Lopez of National Review’s column ran in the Santa Maria Times, the Lompoc Record, Townhall, the Indiana Gazette, LifeNews.com, and The Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.

While Sanger’s name may be removed from public spaces, her legacy of destruction and dehumanization remains. Millions of children of color and poor children who were priceless are gone forever: nameless, unloved and buried in medical waste. Scrubbing Sanger’s name from an abortion clinic does nothing to improve — much less save — the lives of children who are maimed and killed or the women who have been sold the lie that they and their unplanned pregnancies are a problem to be solved.”

Our article was also linked by The New York Times’ “The Morning” e-newsletter, Slate, and Peace & Life Connections.

If you haven’t already, check out the article that’s got people talking — and learning their pro-woman, pro-life history!