Do a search on Sanger at discover the networks.http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/individualProfile.asp?indid=1816
Margaret Higgins Sanger was a radical feminist, eugenicist, Marxist, and the founder of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America.
According to her New York Times obituary, she sought to encourage birth control and/or abortion among “subnormal children.”
(1939) Sanger turned her attention specifically to the reproductive practices of black Americans. She selected former ABCL director Clarence J. Gamble (of the Procter and Gamble company) to become BCFA's southern regional director. That November, Gamble drew up a memorandum titled "Suggestion for Negro Project," whose ultimate aim was to decrease the black birth rate significantly. Anticipating that black leaders would be suspicious of anyone exhorting African Americans to have fewer children, Gamble suggested that BCFA place black leaders in high positions within the organization, so as to give the appearance that they were in charge of the group's agendas. BCFA presented birth control as a vehicle for the upward economic mobility of blacks.
More relevant today than racism in the previous century is the way abortion hits black babies now, killing them at a rate three times that of the white ones. Imagine if that was a Republican policy! What liberal over at Planned Parenthood or DNC or MSM has ever expressed concern much less outrage over that?