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Overall, we rate Black Genocide Questionable based on extreme right bias, the use of poor sources, debunked conspiracy theories, and propaganda.
Reasoning: Extreme Right, Propaganda Country: USA World Press Freedom Rank: USA 45/180
Founded in 2001, Black Genocide is a radical anti-abortion website that promotes the idea that blacks have been targeted to have abortions. Black Genocide is a part of the Life Education and Resources Network (LEARN), which states its mission as “LEARN welcomes into the network all communities who support Christian values and to ensure the survival of all races of people, and improve our quality of life without sacrificing our children.” The director is Pastor Clenard Howard Childress, Jr.
Black Genocide is owned by LEARN and is funded through donations.
Analysis / Bias
In review, Black Genocide advocates for an anti-abortion policy through the publication of graphic photos and comparing Planned Parenthood to Nazi Germany and Slavery. They also provide articles from other sources such as the Questionable Breitbart, WND, and Infowars. They advance the idea that African Americans are intentionally being aborted in a form of Genocide. In general, they publish misleading propaganda from a far-right perspective.
Overall, we rate Black Genocide Questionable based on extreme right bias, the use of poor sources, debunked conspiracy theories, and propaganda. (D. Van Zandt 10/17/2016) Updated (8/26/2020)