JCI Live Austin intro to the Maafa 21 Documentary that aired on Channel Austin in August 2013.
Maafa 21: Black Genocide in 21st Century America is a 2009 pro-life documentary film which draws a connection between the targeting of African Americans by the eugenics movement in the United States in the 19th and 20th centuries, and the modern-day prevalence of abortion among African Americans. The film argues that abortion is an attempted genocide or maafa of black people, and has been so since the 19th century.
The film has been praised by pro-life activists and condemned by historical scholars, pro-choice activists, and other writers, particularly in light of its unfavorable depiction of Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger, to whom it attributes racist and genocidal positions. Pro-life activists have said that the film is an exposť of the racism of abortion in modern times, and that Planned Parenthood is especially racist. Critics have called it a shockumentary and propaganda for distorting the role of Planned Parenthood in the eugenics movement, for deliberately misinterpreting Sanger's position about black women, and for blaming institutional racism rather than social conditions for the prevalence of abortion among black populations.
Dates of airing August 22 @ 9 PM on Channel Austin 11 after our live program. Below is the JCI Live Austin program that aired before the documentary. Guest: James Ritter "Pokey" of the Trailer Park Show. We discussed Maafa 21 and Agenda Documentary
The Maafa 21 documentary also aired on Saturday August 24th from noon to 2:30 PM on Channel Austin 10.
Wednesday September 4th at 8 PM on Channel Austin 10;
Saturday September 14th at 6 AM on Channel Austin 16
Wednesday September 18th at 9 PM on Channel Austin 11
Sunday October 20th at 8 PM on Channel Austin 10
Friday November 8th at 11 AM on Channel Austin 16
Tuesday November 19th at 4 AM on Channel Austin 10
Tuesday November 26th at 11 AM on Channel Austin 16
Tuesday December 3rd at 8 AM on Channel Austin 10
Monday December 16th at 3 PM on Channel Austin 16
Sunday December 22nd at 4 PM on Channel Austin 10
Monday December 23rd at 4 PM on Channel Austin 10
Sunday December 29th at 9 AM on Channel Austin 10
Sunday January 5th at 2 PM on Channel Austin 16
Sunday January 12th at 12:30 AM on Channel Austin 10
Monday January 13th at 11:30 AM on Channel Austin 10
Thursday January 16th at 2 PM on Channel Austin 16
Monday January 27th at 7:30 AM on Channel Austin 10
Total of 19 times