Dr. Willie Parker Famous Quotes & Sayings

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5 Dr. Willie Parker Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Dr. Willie Parker Sayings: The God part is in your agency. The trust- the divine trust- is that you The God part is in your agency. The trust- the divine trust- is that you have an opportunity to participate in the population of the planet. And you have an opportunity not to participate.
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Dr. Willie Parker Sayings: In every case except abortion, society bestows upon individuals this trust, even if those individuals In every case except abortion, society bestows upon individuals this trust, even if those individuals have demonstrated that they cannot be trusted to make good decisions. The presumption undergirding abortion decision making is that women who have had sex and are accidentally or unintentionally pregnant can't be trusted to comprehend the consequential weight of their actions. The law requires them, like bad little girls, to "prove" to authorities that they have thought carefully about what they are about to do.
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Dr. Willie Parker Sayings: I am protecting women's rights, their human right to decide their futures for themselves, and I am protecting women's rights, their human right to decide their futures for themselves, and to live their lives as they see fit.
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Dr. Willie Parker Sayings: The part of you that's like Gob is the part that makes a choice. That The part of you that's like Gob is the part that makes a choice. That says, I choose to. or, I choose not to. That's what's sacred.
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Dr. Willie Parker Sayings: As we march toward the reality that, by 2050, no one racial or ethnic group As we march toward the reality that, by 2050, no one racial or ethnic group will hold a proportional majority in this country, racial suicide paranoia abounds. And for the white racist legislators in the red states, nothing is more threatening than a majority-brown country; it strips them of their historic power. The prospect of being outnumbered is what enabled the Tea Party's mutiny of Congress in 2010 after the election of Barack Obama, America's first black president, allowing it to cripple the Republican establishment; render the first major-party female presidential candidate powerless; and enable the rise of the racist, nationalistic, and misogynistic Donald Trump The white people who are still in charge believe that if their women don't start having lots of babies they- the white patriarchs - are going to become obsolete.