The only way to believe that the leading minds in the beginning of the 20th century were mostly Christian would be to never read them in their own words. Most of us have a whitewashed and anemic view of the major intellectual movements from a century ago. They were nowhere near as wholesome and harmless as many believe. 

In this episode Joy takes us through a history of Margaret Sanger as she was, and in her own words. She crossed paths with many of the major players in the early 1900’s and was both influenced by, and influential to a host of them. Sanger was an early feminist, and rubbed shoulders with many of their key players. 

How was one woman able to so horribly shape the face of our nation? Join us!

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6 Comments

  1. Kassandra Pollock

    What is the name of the song that you end with?

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  2. Sheryl Gregory Morris

    Thank you for the podcast. I found it interesting, but I didn’t understand your laughter throughout the entire hour and 15 minutes. It seemed to be an to take away from the seriousness of this woman’s wickedness. It is a very sobering topic and not to be taken so lightly. Thank you for your efforts at exposing the vileness of the history of Planned Parenthood.

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  3. Jasmine

    Did this episode get taken down?! I cannot listen to it on any platform? Thanks for all your work ladies!

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    • Summer Jaeger

      Go ahead and try again. Let me know if it is still not working for you!

      Reply
  4. Catherine

    I cant hear it either 😔

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    • Summer Jaeger

      Go ahead and try again. Let me know if it is still not working for you!

      Reply

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