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Planned Parenthood is 100 years old, but the fight for reproductive rights goes on | Alexander Sanger

A century after Margaret Sanger was jailed for opening the first US birth control clinic, many women around the world are still deprived of the right to decide whether and when to have children My grandmother served a month in jail 100 years ago. Her crime? Opening the first birth control clinic in the US. Her name was Margaret Sanger, and she was the founder of Planned Parenthood.
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