Quotation by Margaret Sanger

I resolved that women should have knowledge of contraception. They have every right to know about their own bodies. I would strike out—I would scream from the housetops. I would tell the world what was going on in the lives of these poor women. I would be heard. No matter what it should cost. I would be heard.
Margaret Sanger (1879–1966), U.S. birth control advocate. My Fight for Birth Control, ch. 3 (1931).

Of the resolve she made in 1912 while serving as a nurse to the poor on New York City's lower east side.
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