By Micaiah Bilger
Walt Disney World, a company founded to bring joy and entertainment to children, now openly supports the killing unborn children in abortions.
Townhall reports Disney, NBC Universal, Google and other companies have partnered with the University of Southern California Annenberg Inclusion Initiative (AII) to encourage college students to create films promoting abortions.
In August, the initiative launched a new $25,000 grant to help students produce short films that “focus of reproductive health and political storytelling.” The Reproductive Rights Accelerator Program wants films that persuade audiences to believe abortions can make “somebody’s life easier,” according to Townhall.
Stacy Smith, founder of the AII, said the overturning of Roe v. Wade prompted them to create the new grant.
“With the curtailing of reproductive rights, it is not only necessary to find legal solutions to protect marginalized communities, but it is essential to educate and inform audiences about these topics,” Smith said in a statement. “Entertainment has a unique ability to reach viewers and provide that education. Our goal is to illuminate how many opportunities there are to use storytelling as a tool to expand the conversation and create substantial attitude and policy change.”
According to the university, the pro-abortion grant has the support of actresses Meryl Streep, Kerry Washington and Eva Longoria as well as Planned Parenthood. The billion-dollar abortion chain employs a staffer solely to promote abortions in the entertainment industry.
Disney and many other entertainment companies now openly support the killing of unborn babies in abortions.
In June, after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe, Walt Disney World announced that it will begin paying employees’ travel expenses to have their unborn babies aborted. Netflix, Warner Bros. Discovery, Amazon and Hollywood’s largest union, SAG-AFTRA, now pay for abortion travel, too.
Meanwhile, a new survey from the Society for Human Resource Management found that many companies are cutting maternity leave benefits – including Hulu, a subsidiary of Disney — for parents who choose life for their babies and foster and adopt children.