Birth control

in Kitty Marion
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These chapters cover Kitty Marion’s involvement with Margaret Sanger and the American birth control movement, her work selling the Birth Control Review (BCR) on Broadway, and several imprisonments. Marion also visited England on three occasions during this time, the last for the unveiling of Mrs Pankhurst’s statue in London. She became an American citizen in 1922. In 1930 her work with the BCR was terminated. Marion struggled to find a living and decided to write her life-story.

Kitty Marion

Actor and activist

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