(CNSNews.com) – A new, federally funded photography exhibit at the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery features 90 women described by the curator as “significant to 20th century America.” Among them: an abortion advocate and eugenicist, an anarchist, a pro-communist journalist and a 1960s counter-culture rock singer. Only a few distinctively conservative women are featured in the exhibit.
The exhibit, “Women of our Time: Twentieth-Century Photography,” which opens Friday, Oct. 10, features Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger, anarchist Emma Goldman, pro-Communist journalist Louise Bryant, 1960’s counter-culture rock singer Janis Joplin, and actress Judy Garland, among dozens of other women. One of the few conservatives featured is Clare Booth Luce, an influential journalist and author.
The collection “celebrates women who have challenged and changed America over the past century,” according to photography curator Ann Shumard. [article]
Well racist eugenicist Margaret Sanger changed America just as Stalin changed Russia. That is if you call a massive reduction in population a change. Margaret Sanger did the spade work to lay the foundation for the Culture of Death. So every time you drive by a Planned Parenthood clinic in a minority neighborhood don’t forget to honor her for change – at least according to the Smithsonian.