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    Charlotte Pence Fights Abortion, Tells Millennials it Is an Important Social Justice Cause

    Updated: March 15, 2019 at 5:14 pm EST  See Comments

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    Charlotte Pence Fights Abortion, Tells Millennials it Is an Important Social Justice Cause

    Charlotte Pence, the daughter of Vice President Mike Pence, speaks up on the issue of abortion, exhorting millennials to recognize that the fervor surrounding social justice needs to extend to fighting the promotion of abortion, identifying abortion as an “oppression in its barest form,” reports Christian Post

    “The unborn – and others affected by abortion – are the marginalized members of our society,” she writes, “whose voices we are not hearing because their future has been decided for them.” 

    A graduate student at Harvard Divinity School, Charlotte Pence wrote in a Tuesday editorial in the Washington Times that her generation must concern itself with the protection of the rights of unborn children if millennials are to justly apply their social justice causes according to “a state or doctrine of egalitarianism.” 

     “If our generation is concerned with the disenfranchised, the marginalized, the oppressed and the outsider, the unborn child fits all of these descriptions.” 

    “[Abortion] should also be acknowledged as oppression in its barest form. It ostracizes the weaker members of society, and it places a particular burden on minority communities.” 

    She referenced studies revealing the disproportionate percentage of abortions that occur in minority communities, such as the American Journal of Public Health, which showed that white women had the lowest abortion rate, but black women “were overrepresented among abortion patients and had the highest abortion rate.” 

    Pence compared the pro-life cause to the

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