Session 3: Pioneer (1930s-1940s)
Session 3: Pioneer©, the third course in the Foundations pro-life curriculum, continues our decade-by-decade journey to uncover the roots of the culture of death and the post-Christian transformation of America. Session 3 covers the 1930s - 1940s.
What you'll discover in Session 3:
- The life experiences, mentors, key influencers, and philosophies that impacted Margaret Sanger, founder of Planned Parenthood, in her early work in the 1910s and 20s
- A four-part framework in which to understand Sanger's life and work: Radical feminism, sexual liberation, eugenics, and racism
- An understanding of Sanger's work in the context of American culture in the 30s and 40s
- How the roots of Planned Parenthood manifest today
- Birth control as a eugenic solution in the Black community, a debate in the Black church, and an exploitation of poverty and injustice
- The advancement of Progressivism in America in the 30s and 40s, in government, education, science, the media, the women's rights movement, and the Church
- The social, cultural, legislative, and judicial strategies of the culture of death during this time period
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How it works:
This course is divided into three online modules, available in our courseroom. Each module includes approximately 25 minutes of content and a 10-15 minute quiz and discussion/reflection activity. Total Session 3 time is approximately 2 hours, with activities. You will have access to this course for 30 days and can take it as many times as you'd like. When you purchase the Foundations pro-life curriculum, the course is available for 6 months.
Your purchase also grants you access to the Educe® Knowledge Base—our online library that includes links to all the research used to develop this course, recommended resources, and supplemental materials like video clips, audio recordings, and downloadable articles.