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Margaret Sanger/ Reproductive HealthHCA415: Community and Public HealthMargaret Sanger was an early women's as well as a feminist privileges activist who coined the term "birth control" along with worked towards its corroboration. Margaret Sanger, mainly she was born in the year 1879, in Corning, that is in New York. In the year 1910, she moved towards Greenwich Village as well as starting a magazine promoting a woman's privilege to birth control. Obscenity regulations forced her to flee the state until 1915. In the year 1916 feminist opened the first birth control hospital in the America, Sanger fought for the female's rights her complete life. Margaret Sanger died in 1966.Activist, communal reformer. Margaret Sanger was one of eleven kids born into a RomanCatholic lower-class Irish-American family. Margaret Sanger, mother, Anne, had numerous miscarriages, as well as Margaret considered that these pregnancies get a toll on her mother's fitness and contributed to her near the beginning death at the age of forty. The family lived in shortage as her father; a name is Michael, he was an Irish stonemason, favoured to drink and speak politics than earn a balanced wage.Looking for a better existence, Sanger attended Claverack University as well as a HudsonRiver organization in the year 1896. She went on to learning nursing at the White Plains sanatorium four years afterward. In 1902, Margaret Sanger wedded William Sanger, a designer. The couple finally had three kids together.[Roo15].Margaret Sanger employed as a visiting nurse mainly in the slums of the region East Side, although her husband worked as a designer and a house artist. Already imbued through her husband's leftist wises, she also threw herself into the fundamental politics as well as modernist significances of pre-World War One Greenwich rural community Bohemia. Margaret Sanger joined the female's Committee of the New York communist party, took part in the labour 1
Margaret Sanger/ Reproductive HealthHCA415: Community and Public Health

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