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Running Head: MARGARET SANGER: REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH Margaret Sanger: Reproductive Health Students name Course name and number Instructor’s name Date submitted
MARGARET SANGER: REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH ACTION: Research the individual’s background. Margaret Sanger was one of the early women an activist and a feminist as well. She was able to coin the term "birth control” alongside her work toward its corroboration. She was born in 1879 in Coning, New York USA. She moved to Greenwich Village and started a magazine meant to empower women to birth control privilege in 1910. Sanger fled the country till 1915 due to obesity. In 1816, she started the furst birth control hospital in USA. She fought for female’s right in her entire life. She ultimately passes on in 1966. Sanger was among the eleven children born in a Roman Catholic lower class to form an Irish American family. Her mother experienced a number of miscarriages which finally contributed to her death when she was only forty years. After the death of her mother, Sanger’s family survived on shortage since her father was fond of drinking than earn a balanced wage. In search for better living standards, Sanger joined Claverack University in 1896. She studied nursing at White Plain University for four years before she got married to an art designer William Sanger who was a designer in 1902 , [Roo15] ACTION: Research the barriers and issue of the time

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