Apple and Forced Abortion in China

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Apple and Forced Abortion in China

Bradley Mattes   |   September 21, 2012

Is the computer giant company, Apple, enabling forced abortions in China? My good friend Reggie Littlejohn is teaming up with blind activists Chen Guangcheng and others to call Apple into accountability. According to Apple’s own audit, two dozen of their facilities in China were doing pregnancy tests on women who work there. If they don’t have a permit to have a child, they’ll be forcibly aborted and probably sterilized. Fifty-six of their facilities didn’t even have policies and procedures in place to protect their women employees from this brutal one-child policy. Apple needs to realize this issue isn’t going away. Chen and Reggie have asked for a meeting with the CEO, and Chen is much harder to ignore than US pro-life leaders. Apple must lead the way in protecting women and their babies.

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