Radiant Rebel 1940
Forty-minute Solo Play
This poignant story of Sanger’s embrace of her life work–to ensure that every child is wanted–captured our audience. It was as if you became Margaret Sanger in manner, in dress, and in words;… a remarkable performance.
—Westover School, Middleburg, CT
From the Writings of Margaret Sanger
As she lectured and toured throughout the United States, Europe, and Asia, meeting with Gandhi and heads of states, Margaret Sanger changed world views on birth control, advocating not abortion, but prevention, and giving women the ultimate control over their lives by teaching them practical birth control methods.