Margaret Sanger Exposed in Groundbreaking Educational Video Series for High Schoolers
|Washington, DC — Following a successful Kickstarter campaign, American Life League’s Culture of Life Studies Program released its new video series entitled Who Was the Real Margaret Sanger? The groundbreaking videos and accompanying instructor-guided classroom activities for high school students teach about Margaret Sanger and how she changed America’s mindset about birth control.
“We’re very excited to release this video series to the public,” stated CLSP content developer Mary Kizior. “Who Was the Real Margaret Sanger? helps high school students understand Planned Parenthood’s real agenda by examining the life of its infamous founder, the eugenicist Margaret Sanger.”
Produced as a unit study and video set for high school students, Who Was the Real Margaret Sanger? exposes the truth about the founder of the largest abortion chain in the United States.
The first video introduces students to Margaret Sanger and the conditions in society that led her to campaign for birth control. The second video in the series unmasks Margaret Sanger’s twisted ideas of birth control as a method of creating a “better breed” of humanity—an idea which was praised by the Nazis. In the final video, students learn the impact of Sanger’s ideas on society and what they can do to build a culture of life.
Kizior continued: “Who Was the Real Margaret Sanger? shows students what Planned Parenthood doesn’t want them to see—that Margaret Sanger was a racist and eugenicist who believed that all women, but especially poor women, should limit their families to only two or three children. With Planned Parenthood’s 100th anniversary looming in October, now is the time to educate ourselves and the next generation. We want to prevent today’s student from becoming tomorrow’s Margaret Sanger.”
|American Life League was co-founded in 1979 by Judie Brown, a three-time appointee to the Pontifical Academy for Life. ALL is the oldest national Catholic pro-life education and advocacy organization in the United States. For more information, please visit www.ALL.org or call 540-659-4171.|