1970: 25% Of Native American Women Sterilized Via A New U.S. Law | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

1970: 25% Of Native American Women Sterilized Via A New U.S. Law

Following the passage of an often-forgotten law called the Family Planning Services and Population Research Act of 1970, physicians sterilized at least 25% of Native American women of childbearing age, possibly even more. Throughout the early '70s, any Native woman who received health care through the Indian Health Service was targeted by this awful clandestine program.

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Maybe a similar campaign will be discovered for Asian immigrants

George

My wife-'s brothers and sisters in Asia have all 6-7 kids each. Only she, the lone US immigrant is childless... it doesn't compute.

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