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EUGENICS 101


 

HISTORY OF EUGENICS



WIKIPEDIA - EUGENICS

Eugenics - Wikipedia


HISTORY OF EUGENICS

Eugenics - HISTORY


EUGENICS - ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITANNICA

eugenics | Definition, History, & Facts | Britannica


EUGENICS - ITS ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT

1883 to present

Eugenics: Its Origin and Development (1883 - Present) (genome.gov)


 White Nationalists Want to Reclaim Nature as a Safe Space for Racists

White Nationalists Want to Reclaim Nature as a Safe Space for Racists | Center for Genetics and Society



MALTHUSIANISM



FATHER OF CLIMATE CHANGE DOGMAS



MARGARET SANGER

and her war against black women


Margaret Sanger - wikipedia

Margaret Sanger - Wikipedia


The Negro Project

Negro Project - Wikipedia

The Negro Project, conceptualized by birth control activist Margaret Sanger and implemented by the Birth Control Federation of America (now Planned Parenthood Federation of America), was an initiative to spread awareness of contraception to lower poverty rates in the South. Once the project received funding, it was taken out of Sanger's hands and taken over by the BFCA, who pushed funding into preexisting clinics.[1] Dr. Clarence Gamble, physician and heir to the Proctor and Gamble soap company fortune, was an influential figure on the project, supervising and partially funding the endeavor.[2] While the original plan for the Negro Project included educational outreach into black communities as well as the establishment of black-operated clinical resources, the project that was implemented deviated from this original design and was ultimately unsuccessful.[1][3]

The Negro project lasted three years, beginning in 1939 and ending in 1942.[1][3]

As a result of the National Emergency Council’s 1938 Report on the Economic Conditions of the South – a report which cited the region as the nation’s primary economic concern – national attention shifted towards fixing issues of Southern poverty.[1][3][4] Birth control activists, including Margaret Sanger, believed that one way to combat Southern poverty was through increased access to birth control, and Sanger aimed to tackle Southern poverty by addressing black Southern poverty in particular.[1][3]   

Drawing upon her previous experience with opening a successful birth control clinic in Harlem, NY, the Harlem Clinic, Sanger conceptualized the Negro Project.[1] The goals of the project, as defined by Sanger in a proposal written to Albert Lasker, an American advertising executive and philanthropist whose $20,000 donation provided much of the funding for the project, were to improve the overall quality of life for Southern blacks by reducing high infant and mother mortality rates, promoting higher education, increasing access to public health clinics, etc.[3][5]

In the proposal of the Negro Project, Sanger delineated two essential components: that of educational outreach and that of clinical access.[1] In order to facilitate educational outreach, Sanger believed it was imperative to recruit the aid of black ministers and physicians.[6][7] Sanger noted that their primary responsibility would be to tour the South, dispelling misconceptions about birth control and promoting the use of future clinical resources.[6][7] Additionally, being aware of the general distrust that existed between black patients and white doctors, Sanger believed that their involvement in outreach would be instrumental in ensuring continued use of the clinical resources.[7] According to Sanger, then, only after a successful educational campaign, should black-operated birth control clinics be established and opened for use.[1]

The BCFA, Birth Control Federation of America, readily accepted Sanger’s proposal.[1]


A letter from Margaret Sanger on behalf of the Birth Control Federation of America, 1941.

A letter from Margaret Sanger on behalf of the Birth Control Federation of America, 1941. | DPLA


Margaret Sanger’s extreme brand of eugenics

Margaret Sanger’s extreme brand of eugenics | America Magazine


Making Democracy Real

African American Women, Birth Control, and Social Justice, 1910-1960

The Negro Project – Making Democracy Real (smith.edu)


Betting with lives: Clarence Gamble and the Pathfinder International

Betting with lives: Clarence Gamble and the Pathfinder International - PRI (pop.org)


Remove statues of Margaret Sanger, Planned Parenthood founder tied to eugenics and racism

How a woman who advocated for the selective breeding of her fellow citizens came to be memorialized with those who built a country is hard to understand.

Margaret Sanger was a racist eugenics advocate who shouldn't be honored (usatoday.com)




The Hitler Sanger Connection

More children from the fit; less from the unfit—that is the chief issue of birth control.1

–Margaret Sanger, Birth Control Review

https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2017/09/01/exclusive-dsouza-the-hitler-sanger-connection/


Hitler, Ku Klux Klan, and Margaret Sanger

Hitler, The Ku Klux Klan, and Margaret Sanger | Courier-Herald (courierherald.com)




modern eugenicists



KURZWEIL TO HARIRI



ROLE OF WALL STREET



ROLE OF WALLSTREET

SCAM ARISTS


HITLERISM AS

MORE OF THE SAME OLD STUFF


BUSH FAMILY

AND THE 4TH REICH/NWO


U.N. W.H.O. CDC

AS MORE OF THE SAME


" there is nothing new under the sun "

king solomon