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Don't Let History Repeat Itself

By Mary Kizior

History remembers Margaret Sanger as the founder of Planned Parenthood and hails her as a champion of women’s rights. In reality, the real Margaret Sanger was concerned with more than just women’s rights. 

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Why Is Margaret Sanger Still Relevant Today?

The Planned Parenthood Federation of today traces its roots back to Margaret Sanger’s first birth control clinic which she opened in Brooklyn in 1916. This October, PPFA will celebrate its 100th anniversary of pushing its agenda on women in need.

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Margaret Sanger Award Recipients (last 25 years)

Margaret Sanger is still the driving force behind Planned Parenthood. Each year, the highest honor given out by Planned Parenthood is known as the Planned Parenthood Federation of America Margaret Sanger Award. This award is given to individuals Planned Parenthood wants to recognize as furthering its cause.

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New Video Series and Manual Reveal the Truth about Margaret Sanger

This fall, American Life League’s Culture of Life Studies Program wants to release our groundbreaking new study on the life of Margaret Sanger for high school students. With the Who Was the Real Margaret Sanger? video series and study guide, students explore the ideology of Planned Parenthood’s founder and understand the underlying agenda of the culture of death. 

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A Call to Action against Sanger's Legacy: Planned Parenthood

A culture of life respects the dignity of every person, in every stage of development, from the first moment of existence until death. Every human being is cherished and all members of society who embrace a culture of life look for ways to help and uplift people who are suffering, in pain, or who are nearing the end of their lives. We know what we have to do to build a culture of life, but what does a society that embraces a culture of death look like?

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