Pro-lifers have known for decades that Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger was a notorious racist.
Finally, the abortion industry admits it. Or did they?
A recent op-ed by Planned Parenthood CEO Alexis McGill Johnson admits Sanger caused "harm" but doesn't acknowledge her as a racist.
On this episode of The 40 Days for Life Podcast, we examine Sanger's record and why Planned Parenthood will have to do more than publish a wishy-washy op-ed to atone for its past and present assault on the dignity of racial minorities.
Abortion advocates in Congress introduced a proposal to "pack" the Supreme Court last week.
But what does "packing the Court" mean? Why do Democrats want to add Supreme Court justices now? Is this the Court likely to be packed? And what does all of this mean for abortion-vulnerable babies?
On this episode of The 40 Days for Life Podcast, 40 Days for Life General Counsel Matt Britton breaks down the abortion lobby's attempt to hijack the highest court in the land.
With no help coming from the most pro-abortion government in U.S. history, record numbers of pro-lifers hit the streets this spring for the largest Lenten 40 Days for Life campaign ever!
On this episode of The 40 Days for Life Podcast, Shawn Carney, Steve Karlen, and former abortion provider Dr. Haywood Robinson discuss:
Tune in and celebrate what the Lord is doing--against all odds!
Planned Parenthood Employee of the Year Mayra Rodriguez could no longer suppress her conscience. An abortion provider had left the head of an aborted unborn baby inside the mother's womb.
When she spoke up, her colleagues accused her of having narcotics in her office to try to discredit her.
But Mayra fought back, winning a massive whistleblower lawsuit against her former employer. Since then, Mayra has become pro-life and is doing pro-life work around the world.
On this episode of The 40 Days for Life Podcast, Mayra spills some of Planned Parenthood's ugliest secrets.