It IS the rational place to focus your efforts.
The problem isn't the logic of the 'efforts' - (eugenics is all very logical given a particular set of assumptions)
The problem is the morality not the logic - or the underlying assumptions that form that logic
What type of 'efforts' are we talking about? Let's start with the motto every child a wanted child
How do we decide when a child is 'wanted' or 'unwanted'?
Who decides is that up to the parents? Do they need help deciding whether their child is 'wanted'?
What are the criteria for deciding how many children someone should have?
Why do we to assume that inferior socal position, faster-breeding individuals have 'unwanted' children that they need to 'eliminate'?
Why are we getting involved in helping someone 'eliminate' their unwanted child?
Who are we to decide how many black people there should be?
Who exactly is doesn't want these children enough to setup "services to fix the problem".
What measures should we take to 'reduce' the numbers of 'unwanted' children?
The founder of planned parenthood was a logical, rational, atheisitc, and amoral who wanted to control the number of poor black people.
The modern Planned Parenthood may not agree with her ideology and have but they are still using her methods.
They've killed far more blacks than any Klu Kluk Klanners ever have. http://www.abort73.com/index.php?/abortion/abortion_and_race
So if you're pro-choice and thinking this is about women's rights not controlling minorities I have a few question for you.
Planned parenthood performs more abortions on black fetuses than white ones even though whites outnumber the black population 5 to 1.
Is there is anything systematic in planned parenthood that targets black people?
Or are they just more helpful to black women?
Is that the kind of help back women need?
Every child a wanted child is a much nicer slogan than 'death to black/poor children' but don't delude yourself as to what is going on here