A prestigious Jesuit university has at least three professors that have served Planned Parenthood in some capacity, including sitting on one of the abortion giant’s regional board of directors.
Catholic World News first reported the information gleaned from easily-accessible sources posted on the website of St. Louis University, which boasts over 11,000 undergrads.
According to the school's website, SLU law professor Linda Raclin has served on the board of Planned Parenthood of St. Louis since 2007, and is a member of Planned Parenthood’s Working Group on State Ballot Initiatives. Raclin is an assistant professor of legal writing at SLU’s School of Law, and has been employed at the school since 2007.
LifeSiteNews.com’s search of SLU’s website for “Planned Parenthood” showed Prof. Raclin’s resumé with the tagline, “Planned Parenthood of St. Louis. Board Member. Member of Working Group on State Ballot Initiatives. 2007 to present." However, the information does not appear within the current version of Prof. Raclin’s resumé, and may have been excised.