How Philanthropy Funded the US Eugenics Movement

Between 1929 and 1971 North Carolina’s eugenics program sterilized more than 7,500 residents considered genetically inferior.
Now just coming to light, the Tar Heel State’s genetic agenda was a horrifying chapter in U.S. history. But few people realize similar programs prevailed in more than 30 other states – with many receiving support from some of America’s most prominent philanthropists. Story continues here >>>