Black Feminist who do you think funded the Feminist Movement? As it seems the roll of Eugenics, and the Roll of Racist White Women ex: Susan B. Anthony who recruited Black Women seem not to matter to Black Feminist…does it matter to Black Feminist on how the Feminist Movement/Women’s Liberation was funded in America?
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A) The Rockefeller’s- Funded the Women’s Liberation, provided Media coverage. They could not tax half the population before Women’s Liberation, rather than taxing one Gender, it is more profitable to tax both. Now the State becomes responsible for raising our Children at a Young age, the State and Entertainment Industry then establishes Culture (Women are the gatekeepers of Culture)—After the Feminist Movement Entertainment and Public Education became the gatekeepers.
B) Hugh Hefner (Play Boy)-Supported your “reproductive Rights”, the Sex Revolution, and the Feminist Wave of Political Lesbianism
C) The Ford Foundation Also Funded the Women’s Liberation Movement
D) Eugenics Movement in America (Followed social Darwinism “Survival of the Fittest” and saw Black People and Disabled people are genetically inferior ex: Margaret Sanger (Eugenics Prominent Feminist & Founder of Planned Parenthood to depopulate Black Population)…Since then we have had More Black Babies Aborted than we have had Lynchings, and we wonder why the Population Growth of Black’s in a America remains between 12-13%.
E) CIA- funded MS Magazine, inventing the second wave of Feminism. In 1958, Prominent Gloria Steinem Feminist was recruited by CIA´s Cord Meyers to direct an “informal group of activists” called the “Independent Research Service.
– Gloria Steinem, attended Communist-sponsored youth festivals in Europe, published a newspaper, reported on other participants, and helped to provoke riots.
– Clay Felker (CIA Agent). In the early 1960´s, became an editor at Esquire and published articles by Gloria Steinem which established her as a leading voice for the Feminist Movement. In 1968, as publisher of New York Magazine, he hired her as a contributing editor, and then editor of Ms. Magazine in 1971 funded by the CIA.
– The CIA´s “Project Mockingbird” involved the direct infiltration of the corporate media, a process that often included direct takeover of major news outlets. “By the early 1950´s,” writes Deborah Davis, in her book Katharine the Great : Katharine Graham and Her Washington Post Empire, the CIA owned respected members of the New York Times, Newsweek, CBS and other communication vehicles, plus stringers, four to six hundred in all.” In 1982 the CIA admitted that reporters on the CIA payroll have acted as case officers to agents in the field.
– Philip Graham, publisher of the Washington Post, who ran the operation until his “suicide” in 1963, boasted that “you could get a journalist cheaper than a good call girl, for a couple of hundred dollars a month.”
Do research beyond your College Classroom and Major Black Feminist, and question why you have joined the Feminist Movement.
______________________________________________________In this short interview clip Aaron Russo speaks on the Rockefeller Foundation’s role in the Feminist Movement.