Margaret Sanger: The Eugenics and Birth Control Advocate of the 1930's

This is a paper about Margaret Sanger. She advocated for birth control, sex education, and women's rights. Unfortunately, Sanger's stances were not supported when a revival of Christian traditions and the Great Depression occurred. Margaret Sanger is also known for being a eugenicist and her proposal of The N*gro Plan. Despite being supported by W. E. B. DuBois, her position on making sure that the African American community had better access to safe contraception and birth control services solidified stereotypes and harmed Black society.
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