Facts about Margaret Sanger, Founder of Planned Parenthood

Quotes, Historical Information…   Margaret Sanger said about her 1939 <Negro Project>, "We do not wantword to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population andthe minister is the man who can straighten out the idea if it ever occurs to any of their more rebellious members." [1]   Clarence Gamble, president of the American Eugenics Research Association, said: "There is a great danger that we will fail because the Negroes think it a plan for extermination.  Hence lets appear to let the colored run it as we appear to let [the] south do the conference in Atlanta."[2] Under this policy, Planned Parenthood of America hired a full-time "Negro Consultant" in 1944.[3] The entire operation [Sanger's 1939 Negro Project] then was a ruse–a manipulative attempt to get Blacks to cooperate in their own elimination. The project was quite successful.  Its genocidal intentions were carefully camouflaged beneath several layers of condescending social-service rhetoric and organizational expertise. . . Soon clinics throughout the South were distributing contraceptives to Blacks and <Margaret's dream of discouraging "the defective and diseased elements of humanity' from their 'reckless and irresponsible swarming and spawning" was at last being fulfilled.>[4]* In a 1926 speech at Vassar, Sanger said the nation needed to follow the "drastic immigration laws" of 1924 with methods "to cut down on the rapid multiplication of the unfit and undesirable at home."[5] In a March, 1939 letter, Margaret Sanger explained to Frank Boudreau, director of the Milbank Memorial Fund: ".  . . That is not asking or suggesting a cradle competition between the intelligent and the ignorant, but a drastic curtailment of...

Editorial – Abortion: Black Genocide

…Eighteen years ago as I sat quietly… I experienced a deep realization – I harbored resentment in my heart. The realization caused me to repent and forgive. Forgiveness set me free from within, and I began to see with a clarity I never had before. Soon after that life-changing experience, I started BOND to help black men overcome their resentments and find freedom. Soon I was helping men of every race as I saw mankind's problems were universal. I began to counsel young and older women as well. Many of the women I spoke to were having or have had at least one abortion. During the counseling sessions, I discovered that most of these women had guilt and low self-esteem. Often they had considered suicide. I realized that this problem was not being dealt with by the black clergy or black politicians. In fact, to my surprise, abortion was often actually encouraged by these "leaders." Abortion was first popularized by Margaret Sanger, a white woman who was the founder of the National Birth Control League (now Planned Parenthood). Sanger was a lifelong champion of birth control and eugenics (the movement devoted to "improving" the human species by control of hereditary factors in reproduction). Margaret Sanger called for the sterilization of "genetically inferior races." In 1939, she organized her "Negro Project" and wrote: "The poorer areas, particularly in the South … are producing alarmingly more than their share of future generations." Sanger's plan has worked extraordinarily well over time – today numerous black religious leaders defend the "right" of women to kill their unborn children. It's ironic to me that...