Sarah Noble Uses Racism to Push for Obamacare, Abortion

Sarah Noble, former Managing Director of Reproductive Justice Collective (RJC) uses the issue of racism to push a liberal agenda that includes Obamacare and abortion.

The Reproductive Justice Collective is an organization which believes the solution to the impoverishment, lack of education and joblessness, at crisis levels in Wisconsin’s black communities is greater access to affordable reproductive care. Through RJC, Noble advocated that broader access to contraception and the elimination of obstacles that interfere with personal decision-making can help reduce the number of unintended pregnancies.

Noble referred to 2011 Milwaukee based billboard ads positively representing pro-life positions as “offensive billboards that criminalize women and aim to divert and divide us and instead focus on the rights of black women and the ability of black babies to thrive.” The campaign was part of a movement organized by Pro-Life Wisconsin and funded by the Radiance Foundation.

She also referred to the pro-life billboard campaign as as a race and gender based attack upon a woman’s ability to decide “when to have children, when not to have children.”

Sarah Noble is a former Planned Parenthood community organizer and activist. In 2012, Noble attended a Planned Parenthood protest in front of the Wisconsin state capitol. The protest’s purpose was to demonstrate their objection to legislation that would have removed the requirement that schools provide comprehensive sex education. The legislation would have also require women to go through a 24-hour waiting period to receive an abortion.

Planned Parenthood’s founder, Margaret Sanger was an outspoken racist as illustrated in her correspondence with Dr. Clarence Gamble, one of her Negro Project collaborators. In a remarkable December 10, 1939 letter today held in the Sanger archives at Smith College  Sanger urged Gamble: “We do not want word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population.”

Noble is on the board of directors for Wisconsin Voices, which in turn is a partner of the American Civil Liberties Union of Wisconsin. The ACLU is always ready to punish people for living their faith in the name of “civil liberties.”

Media Trackers previously highlighted how Democrat State Representatives David Bowen and Jonathan Brostoff also recently started a liberal talk radio program on 104.1 FM Riverwest radio and featured Sarah Noble on their debut program.