The White House invited a student-run pro-abortion group to a policy briefing wherein activists plan to list off their “demands,” according to internal Slack messages obtained by a concerned parent organization.
Generation Ratify, a pro-abortion, pro-LGBT advocacy group, posted to Instagram boasting about a Tuesday meeting with the White House. The group claimed that “other youth-led gender justice organizations” will join to discuss “the importance of access to reproductive healthcare for young people.”
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Executive director Rosie Couture reportedly said in internal Slack messages obtained by Parents Defending Education that the group plans to communicate their “demands” directly to White House staff belonging to the Office of Public Engagement and the Gender Policy Council.
“This is the closest we have ever been to being able to communicate our demands and stories directly to the White House,” Couture reportedly said.
Generation Ratify was created to “ratify the Equal Rights Amendment and advance gender equality in the United States of America,” according to the group’s website. It now advocates on behalf of an “intersectional feminist revolution that empowers and advocates for the full equality of young women, non-conforming, non-binary, femme, and Queer folx.”
The organization led nationwide school walkouts in a “mass youth mobilization to defend abortion,” according to its website. It boasts 50 chapters nationwide.
Parents Defending Education claims the group reaches thousands of students, including those as young as 14-years-old.
The social justice activists are, according to the internal Slack messages, slated to meet with Biden’s newly created Gender Policy Council, designed to “advance gender equity and equality” and “increase access to comprehensive health care, address health disparities, and promote sexual and reproductive health and rights.”
Biden’s White House has briefed youth activists in the past, according to multiple reports and videos. The administration hosted pop stars such as Olivia Rodrigo and South Korean boy band BTS to discuss the COVID-19 vaccine and Anti-Asian bias, respectively.
The administration also invited a litany of TikTok influencers to be briefed on increasing gas prices and current events. (RELATED: The White House’s ‘Advocacy’ TikTok Campaign Was Actually A Democratic Front The Entire Time)
The White House and Generation Ratify did not respond to the Daily Caller’s request for comment.