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Margaret Sanger, American birth control activist, sex educator, and nurse (1879 – 1966) En el año 1951 Sanger, logró financiación para que Gregory Pincus empezase a investigar sobre la píldora anticonceptiva. En 1954, bajo el nombre de Enovid, fue probada por primera vez en 50 mujeres del estado de Massachusetts.

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Margaret Sanger is the founder of Planned Parenthood, an organization which was recently caught accepting donations earmarked for aborting black babies. More

The Negro Project was initiated in 1939 by Margaret Sanger, founder of Planned Parenthood and a eugenist. Negative eugenics focused on preventing the birth of those it considered inferior or unfit. This was the foundation of Sanger’s Birth Control Policy and advocated throughout her writings. Today, 40% of abortions in the US are black babies. The US black population is 13%. 79% of PP abortion clinics are located in minority communities.

...because unborn black lives.... ANY unborn life!!!....matters!! BUT WHAT A CONTRADICTION!! They murder babies but then they say their lives matter?!?!?! (***& THEY DO ALL MATTER!!!)

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She is in awe of a woman who believed that black people were inferior and should not be allowed to have children! DO NOT LET ELECT THIS CREATURE!!!!!

Two of Hillary's biggest heroes, according to her... Saul Alinsky, and Margaret Sanger. She slips occasionally and tells the truth.