Last year, Jessa Duggar sparked controversy when she likened abortion to the Holocaust. And now it appears her sister-in-law, Anna Duggar, is taking a page out of the newlywed’s book — by using Black History Month to spread her pro-life message.
On Feb. 2, the pregnant star of ‘19 Kids and Counting’ took to Twitter to share a message from a pro-life organization, which read, “Because of the violence of abortion, over 16 million black people are history too.”
Human beings should be remembered not dismembered.#BlackHistoryMonth #BlackLivesMatter #AllLivesMatter pic.twitter.com/hvoEfvySnh— Radiance Foundation (@lifehaspurpose) February 2, 2015
Human beings should be remembered not dismembered.#BlackHistoryMonth #BlackLivesMatter #AllLivesMatter pic.twitter.com/hvoEfvySnh
Fans were quick to criticize not only Anna, but also the Radiance Foundation (who posted the original picture) for using Black History Month and #BlackLivesMatter — a movement dedicated to bettering the lives of African Americans — to endorse their own interest.
“Wow this is so offensive I cannot think of what to tweet! This should be removed,” one Twitter user wrote.
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Another added, “You have no idea of the struggles and heartaches of being African American has been and is [and] how hard it is to get people to accept Black History Month as a month in general. How growing up in school and it never being mentioned in a curriculum at all can truly hurt those of the African American community.”
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