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Margaret Sanger: Correcting the False Narratives of Racism

As early as 1918, the Women’s Political Association of Harlem expressed the interest of the black community in birth control.

Margaret Sanger: Her Life in Her Words

Invaluable collection of Sanger's seminal, intelligent, and compassionate writings that encompass and depict the untold social impact of her life and work.

Margaret Sanger: Reappraising a Birth Control Pioneer

During her lifetime and in the years since her death in 1966, Margaret Sanger has been the object of vicious media attacks.

Opus Dei’s Influence on the U.S. Judiciary

When John Roberts was nominated for the Court, Opus Dei’s Austin Ruse said his fellow conservative Catholics could "breathe easy".

8 Outrageous Facts About Mike Pence’s Record on Reproductive Rights

For years, Pence has been on what Politico dubbed a “one-man crusade” to end patients’ access to care at Planned Parenthood health centers.