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I have seen Maafa 21 and it is very compelling; the facts speak for themselves. What makes you think that a person speaking facts into a television camera makes them claim to be an expert on the subject? Seems to me he is more of a narrator of facts than someone claiming to be an expert.
As for the woman from NYU that seems to think than nobody can know, write or produce anything unless it comes through her first...well, she is arrogant and ridiculous.There are plenty of writings available on and by Margaret Sanger that fully supports what is in Maafa 21. To this day, Planned Parenthood has never tried to distance themselves from her; their highest award is even named after her.
When this, so called, journalist can't refute the message he chooses to shoot the messenger. Besides, it is his job to "report" not insert his personal opinions. I didn't see this labeled an opinion piece! Mr. Crutcher is smart not to talk to the press under the conditions they lay out and their history of unfair reporting confirms it.
Get Maafa 21 and decide for yourself; don't depend on someone as biased as Frank Carlson.