Culture of Life Studies Program
American Life League
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 provider 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.
Who Was the Real Margaret Sanger? helps students understand the impact of the contraceptive mentality on the decriminalization of abortion, identify the connection between the eugenics movement and the Nazis, and recognize the ties between the sexual revolution and destruction of the feminine genius in society. This dynamic series is a must-have for high school classrooms and students who are serious about combatting the culture of death!
For more information and/or to order a packet use this link.
Bloggers Note: I just received my packet in the mail and was very impressed with what I saw. Packet included a CD Rom, DVD and workbook. This packet is geared towards high school students; however, they also have a program just for 7th & 8th grade students. (Use this link to view this program).
I encourage everyone who teaches children or has high school children of their own to strongly consider purchasing this program. If we the parents/grandparents don't instruct our children about pro-life/pro-family issues, our schools and the liberal teachers working in them will!
Some facts provided on the handouts included in the package:
- Founded Americas largest abortion business, know today as Planned Parenthood.
- Praised pre-war Nazi Germany's eugenic and racist policies, which treated certain people as unworthy of life.
- Promoted 'voluntary' sterilization or permanent segregation of people she called 'morons, imbeciles, criminals, and epileptics.'
- Believed many children were a burden and should be avoided by using birth control.
- Lobbied to have government control the size of American families through birth control, sterilization, and birthing licenses.
- Started what she called 'The Negro Project' to reduce the African American population by pushing birth control.
Find out more by visiting SangerVideo.com