The Smithsonian Celebrates... Eugenisist Margaret Sanger?

Submitted by SadInAmerica on Mon, 10/26/2009 - 9:24pm.

It’s sad that one person’s icon is another’s mass murderer. One would think the choice would be clear, but when history is disseminated based on political preference, the truth becomes a casualty. ~ Bob Parks ~ Video 

Take for example an exhibition at the Smithsonian celebrating “Women of Our Time”...

In the book accompanying the Smithsonian exhibit, “Women of Our Time: 75 Portraits of Remarkable Women,” Sanger is described as being notable for pursuing her goal of helping women “whose health had been devastated by excessive child-bearing” despite being imprisoned and attacked for advocating birth control. But Sanger, who opened hundreds of birth control clinics across the country, was also well-known for her support of eugenics and abortion.




If taxpayer monies can be used to celebrate a woman who advocated the deaths of those she deemed unworthy and useless, imagine what can happen if the same people who idolize her ideas get a greater hold on funding them.

Bob Parks - October 26, 2009 - source CanadaFreePress

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