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Re: “Historical resources on the U.S. and North Carolina eugenics movement

To view and in depth interview with Elaine Riddick - victim of the North Carolina (Clarence Gamble funded) Eugenics Society- get a copy of a well documented film called: Maafa21 - here:

Posted by blackgenocidebad on 04/05/2010 at 3:57 PM

Re: “The powerful people behind the eugenics movement

Eugenicist Clarence Gamble stated that only one in 41 of the "hopeless mental cripples" in the state was being sterilized.Gamble bemoaned that for every sterilization, another 40 continue to "pour defective genes into the State's bloodstream to pollute and degrade future generations." Clarence Gamble, who funded projects for the NC Eugenics Board and member of the Human Betterment League, also funded the founder of Planned Parenthood, Margaret Sanger. In fact , Sanger wrote a letter to Gamble which is very eye opening in light of these revelations of him. Planned Parenthood's founder, Margaret Sanger wrote to Gamble that, "We do not want word to get out that we want to exterminate the Negro population", when referring to her "Negro Project" where she duped Black Ministers to play along with eugenics so they could entice other blacks to use birth control and limit their populations. For more on how Gamble, Sanger, and Planned Parenthood used Eugenics to "exterminate the black population" watch the fully documented film: Maafa21. This film will show how Planned Parenthood received referrals from these eugenic boards and in at least one state, the Eugenics Society Office was renamed as a Planned Parenthood Office run by the same eugenics officer: Hilda Cornish ! Get a copy of Maafa21 and learn how eugenics against black people is still going on today:

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Posted by blackgenocidebad on 03/29/2010 at 3:56 PM

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