You got to hand it to them - the Komen Foundation did the right thing by reversing their truly awful decision to suspend grants to Planned Parenthood. And it only took three days (and $2,000,000 unsolicited dollars to P.P.). I may be naive, but I think it has something to do with it being run by a woman (if not naive, at least sexist, but the right way :). Women work more collaboratively together, tending to seek cohesion.
It's the right decision, hopefully for at least some of the right reasons. The Foundation took a body blow and definitely bruised their stellar image. What were they thinking. It's scary to think how strong the "pro-life" (read: pro-birth, not life, because once born, quickly abandoned by the policymakers, especially if born to a family in poverty) movement has become.
I hope this is a lesson to other organizations about the power of people to organize and speak out, non-violently.