Session 3: Pioneer (1930s-1940s)
Session 3: Pioneer©, the third course in the Rise Up in the Truth series, 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
- The fundamental philosophies that form the roots of Planned Parenthood and how those roots 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
- An understanding of Sanger's work in the context of American culture in the 30s and 40s
- 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 15-20 minute assessment and discussion/reflection activity. Total Session 3 time is approximately 2 hours. 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 full curriculum package, the course is available for 6 months.
Your purchase also grants you access to the Educe™ Knowledge Base—our online library that links to all the research used to develop this course, provides video clips, audio recordings, and downloadable articles that supplement the courses, and lists recommended resources if you'd like to dig deeper.