Dec 01, 2016 07:14 AM EST
Nick Cannon Talks Public Education And Planned Parenthood
Nick Cannon is popular for his works on television and movies. He is a comedian by large but an avid learner when it comes to education and development.
This year, Nick Cannon has enrolled in Howard this year and once a week he sits down with prison inmates to talk about crime and justice. Cannon is currently studying Legal Communications at Howard University and travels to the D.C. Correctional Treatment Facility.
From there, he learned the circumstances the inmates are in as well as the facility's system. Which is why he compares Planned Parenthood's agenda to have the same vein such as public education and privatized prisons. He saw the treatment of the inmates and how abortion has the same style.
After Hillary Clinton's loss during the 2016 presidential election, Cannon explains his views when it comes to Planned Parenthood, cites Life Site News. He criticizes the promotion of this abortion program because of its hiding behind the veil of "modern day eugenics" and "population control."
He claims that Planned Parenthood is a form of modern day eugenics. He feels strongly about this "abortion giant" because he himself was almost aborted.
The Planned Parenthood founder, Margaret Sanger, said that she wants to get rid of African-American population by using birth control. Reports indicate that
Cannon feels strongly that this is not the right way. He has always been pro-life and pro-active when it comes to education and the youth. In 2011, he filmed a public service announcement that encourages teenagers to find something they are passionate about and take action in their communities.
In the same year, he also helped lead a national food drive.
Nick Cannon is taking a stand on abortion and pro-life decisions. Aside from being vocal about abortion, he also founded the Nick Cannon foundation which is designed to education young people when it comes to getting a global career and entrepreneurial opportunities.
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