High-Schools Partner with Planned Parenthood to Paint ‘Care’ Mural

Media praise abortion mill’s community involvement.

According to local media, taxpayer-funded schools are partnering with taxpayer-funded abortion providers to create – you didn’t guess it – art.

Planned Parenthood of Montana recently commissioned a painted-mural for its parking lot located in Great Falls. Named after Planned Parenthood’s slogan, the “Care, No Matter What Project,” is described as a “collaborative mural project” by local media with the Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art and the city’s two public high schools – Great Falls High School and C.M. Russell High School – as the collaborators. 

The mural, led by local artist Tyler Valley, will be unveiled by June 10th. 

Reporting for ABC Fox Montana News, Justin Campbell highlighted that the mural “designed by students for students” held “a message to empower the youth.” 

He interviewed Great Falls High School Senior Bailey Durnell, a leader in the project, for more information. 

“I kind of thought I would just be carrying paint buckets around for the artist, and, you know, moving ladders,” she told Campbell, “but then they talked about it and they were actually going to let me paint on it which was really cool.” 

Using the same wording as Campbell, Durnell added, “It's a symbol of empowerment and then it's got the students involved, which is just it’s really cool to like see students come out and volunteer their time." 

Another student, Maddie Good, chimed in that her city “has really started to involve art in the community” and described the effort as “a good way for to get people get involved, and just makes our city look better, I think."

To conclude his report, Cambell repeated, “Using art to help bring the message of empowerment to the youth in our community.” 

The local news affiliates (like other media) didn’t mention concerns about Planned Parenthood regarding teenagers – from how the taxpayer-funded abortion giant teaches teens “there’s nothing bad or unhealthy about having a big number of sexual partners” to instructing them in BDSM, including whipping and tree-tying.

— Katie Yoder is Staff Writer, Joe and Betty Anderlik Fellow in Culture and Media at the Media Research Center. Follow Katie Yoder on Twitter.