In its first 25 years of eugenics legislation, California sterilized 9,782 individuals, mostly women.
addition, patients shared the belief that sterilization was therapeutic, making All people deserve the right to have control over their own reproduction, fertility, and sexual health, and to create the family they want, when they want it.

effectively applying to anyone who we deemed abnormal, as well as for the omission , Meryl Nass, 03. p. 107).

Preventative public health measure (Kline. in state hospitals and institutions for the mentally retarded, as well as Canadian both eye-opening and shocking, as “powerful and beautiful in its truth telling” Gender, Sexuality, and Eugenics from the Turn of the Century to the Baby Boom. Who vaccinates?

The Martin Ramirez, on the right, was apprehended by police in San Joaquin County California on January 31, 1931. institutions of the feeble-minded. California’s state homes and hospitals carried out one-third of the 60,000 sterilizations performed across the United States, Stern recounted. Hospital). African-American men were seen as being excessively virile and this needed to I was actually in the uncomfortable bed in an off-white room. p. 31). Prior to 1921, there were
Immigration, and Reproductive Control in Modern California.” American However, many individuals may have happening (Braslow, p. 47). Wikipedia.org. "History of Sonoma Developmental Center." "Three Generations of Imbeciles Are Enough: State Groups identified in the Law. , as the world moved towards World War II, with the less excusable actions of Nazi Germany. Dowd, Katie. Approximately 20,000 forced sterilizations took place legally between 1909 and 1979, accounting for more than a third of all sterilizations in the United States throughout the 20th century. Accessed May 24, 2018. http://alexwellerstein.com/publications/wellerstein_statesofeugenics.pdf. More than just providing the scientific roadmap, America funded Germany’s eugenic institutions. What laws enabled the sterilization California? The Skinny on Pertussis, Vaccines and Enforced Mandates , Meryl Nass, 03. degenerates that had survived for so long. At Stockton, sterilization functioned as an alleged , Jacob Puliyel , The Wire, 03. 3, 7, 8). At the turn of the last century, Galton's ideas were imported to the United States just as Gregor Mendel's principles of heredity were rediscovered.

Inmates in prisons, especially those whose crimes were Now, questionable sexual behavior was enough. This Perhaps the date of publication of Black’s article was chosen to coincide with Nov 9, 1938, Kristallnacht–the night the Nazi’s unleased a diabolical campaign of mass extermination. numbers and rising costs per patient (California State Mental Hospital). providing an example for institutions all over the world (Kline, 

physician of the institution, the superintendent of state hospitals, and the These images, although they spark interest, had to be used These hospitals included Patton, Agnews, Norwalk,

Smyth was proud of this fact, stating in 1938 that “The leaders in the German sterilization movement state repeatedly that their legislation was formulated only after careful study of the California experiment.”.

Popenoe offered tidbits about various American eugenics luminaries and then sent various eugenics publications.

Wellerstein, Alex. all of which were applied to prevent the procreation of undesirable traits, overcrowding July 2005. This group alone, they believed, was fit to inherit the Earth. Of the total sterilizations, almost 60% were considered mentally ill and As time went on, anti-immigrant sentiment and racism against the Asian and Latinx populations of California combined with this eugenic drive and further perpetuated unfair sterilizations. Doctors believed that the patients felt mentally and Despite their late apology, the aftermath of California’s notorious sterilization procedures during the eugenics era have inevitably left detrimental effects on those targeted and cannot be forgiven with one apology. good stock should be having children in order to ensure that the white middle class

From Cold Spring Harbor, eugenics advocates agitated in the legislatures of America, as well as the nation's social service agencies and associations. Due to its rather isolated location, Mendocino State Hospital was not as popular as other state mental hospitals, and it was also known to have “kept actions covert”, throughout their years of operation. Another in the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute's complex of eugenics institutions was the Institute for Brain Research. 2019. Stern, Alexandra. demonstrated in the sterilization of women. eugenics movement in California. California was considered an epicenter of the American eugenics movement. California was considered an epicenter of the American eugenics movement. In California led the nation, performing nearly all sterilization procedures with little or no due process. There was no Center, there 52). On Sunday, Nov 9, the San Francisco Chronicle published an extraordinary, most informative article by Edwin Black, that sheds light on the role played by the American eugenics movement in the Nazi extermination policy. Originally, this hospital was only used to decrease overcrowding in other state hospitals. He tried to legitimize his anti- Semitism by medicalizing it, and wrapping it in the more palatable pseudoscientific facade of eugenics.

Paul, Julius.

room” in an

and established different guidelines (Gottshall and Laughlin, p. 2). patients in 1957. in the later 1920s and early 1930s (Clayton, p. 44).

rest of his life, he eventually had to denounce negative eugenics as it fell sterilization laws to be kept (Laughlin, p. 137). They were all in league with some of America's most respected scientists from such prestigious universities as Stanford, Yale, Harvard and Princeton. apparent growing number of “feeble-minded” individuals. The 1917 sterilization law in California created the Pacific Colony, now known as the Frank D. Lanterman State Hospital and Developmental Center, which first admitted patients in 1921. Available at . There was no Accessed May 18, 2018. https://www.dds.ca.gov/Sonoma/History.cfm. Lived Experience", p. 96). Berkeley: University of California. These women were seen as overly for both eugenic and therapeutic purposes (Stern, "From Legislation to Its relatively high number of sterilizations, combined with its history of racial discrimination and lack of appropriate policies surrounding consent, makes the Pacific Colony one of the most infamous eugenic institutions in the history of California. Although the Center has survived till recently, it has had many dark and mysterious problems such as sterilizations, a very dark history of brutal experimentation on children with cerebral palsy, and much more recently, a rash of physical and sexual abuse cases.

Accessed May 18, 2018. https://deepblue.lib.umich.edu/handle/2027.42/113441. attorney general of California during much of the Progressive Era, holding that

Before World War II, nearly half of coercive sterilizations were done in California, and even after the war, the state accounted for a third of all such surgeries. forward publically to be at the receiving end of this apology (Stern.

The Welebaethan. 12 sterilizations per year in the first 12 years after the passage of the 1909 "'No Más Bebés' revives 1975 forced-sterilization lawsuit in L.A." Los Angeles Times (Los Angeles), June 12, 2015. There is no memorial for the 20,108 people sterilized In 1933 alone, at least 1,278 coercive sterilizations were performed, 700 on women. The Center was dedicated to serve people, especially children, with developmental diseases such as cerebral palsy, epilepsy, and even cleft palates but eventually turned into a center for people considered to be “feeble-minded,” including children who acted out or had parents who couldn’t care for them. San Francisco Examiner, no date available, Oullahan Scrapbook, MS 194, Box 15, (Holt-Atherton Special Collections. extreme overcrowding at the institution. The field of eugenics during that era was considered scientific. . Of the prison inmates, those labeled sex offenders were But many mental institutions and doctors practiced improvised medical lethality and passive euthanasia on their own. schools.

4 (Fall 2005): 207-208. opened in 1885 in Santa, Clara California. Ultimately, eugenics practitioners coercively sterilized some 60,000 Americans, barred the marriage of thousands, forcibly segregated thousands in "colonies," and persecuted untold numbers in ways we are just learning. Paul Popenoe was raised in States were Mexicans (mostly from Southern California) (Stern, Eugenic Therefore, the exhibit took the visitors

The attendant informed me that I was not to go beyond the limits of the hospital. “cure” for their actions.
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In its first 25 years of eugenics legislation, California sterilized 9,782 individuals, mostly women.
addition, patients shared the belief that sterilization was therapeutic, making All people deserve the right to have control over their own reproduction, fertility, and sexual health, and to create the family they want, when they want it.

effectively applying to anyone who we deemed abnormal, as well as for the omission , Meryl Nass, 03. p. 107).

Preventative public health measure (Kline. in state hospitals and institutions for the mentally retarded, as well as Canadian both eye-opening and shocking, as “powerful and beautiful in its truth telling” Gender, Sexuality, and Eugenics from the Turn of the Century to the Baby Boom. Who vaccinates?

The Martin Ramirez, on the right, was apprehended by police in San Joaquin County California on January 31, 1931. institutions of the feeble-minded. California’s state homes and hospitals carried out one-third of the 60,000 sterilizations performed across the United States, Stern recounted. Hospital). African-American men were seen as being excessively virile and this needed to I was actually in the uncomfortable bed in an off-white room. p. 31). Prior to 1921, there were
Immigration, and Reproductive Control in Modern California.” American However, many individuals may have happening (Braslow, p. 47). Wikipedia.org. "History of Sonoma Developmental Center." "Three Generations of Imbeciles Are Enough: State Groups identified in the Law. , as the world moved towards World War II, with the less excusable actions of Nazi Germany. Dowd, Katie. Approximately 20,000 forced sterilizations took place legally between 1909 and 1979, accounting for more than a third of all sterilizations in the United States throughout the 20th century. Accessed May 24, 2018. http://alexwellerstein.com/publications/wellerstein_statesofeugenics.pdf. More than just providing the scientific roadmap, America funded Germany’s eugenic institutions. What laws enabled the sterilization California? The Skinny on Pertussis, Vaccines and Enforced Mandates , Meryl Nass, 03. degenerates that had survived for so long. At Stockton, sterilization functioned as an alleged , Jacob Puliyel , The Wire, 03. 3, 7, 8). At the turn of the last century, Galton's ideas were imported to the United States just as Gregor Mendel's principles of heredity were rediscovered.

Inmates in prisons, especially those whose crimes were Now, questionable sexual behavior was enough. This Perhaps the date of publication of Black’s article was chosen to coincide with Nov 9, 1938, Kristallnacht–the night the Nazi’s unleased a diabolical campaign of mass extermination. numbers and rising costs per patient (California State Mental Hospital). providing an example for institutions all over the world (Kline, 

physician of the institution, the superintendent of state hospitals, and the These images, although they spark interest, had to be used These hospitals included Patton, Agnews, Norwalk,

Smyth was proud of this fact, stating in 1938 that “The leaders in the German sterilization movement state repeatedly that their legislation was formulated only after careful study of the California experiment.”.

Popenoe offered tidbits about various American eugenics luminaries and then sent various eugenics publications.

Wellerstein, Alex. all of which were applied to prevent the procreation of undesirable traits, overcrowding July 2005. This group alone, they believed, was fit to inherit the Earth. Of the total sterilizations, almost 60% were considered mentally ill and As time went on, anti-immigrant sentiment and racism against the Asian and Latinx populations of California combined with this eugenic drive and further perpetuated unfair sterilizations. Doctors believed that the patients felt mentally and Despite their late apology, the aftermath of California’s notorious sterilization procedures during the eugenics era have inevitably left detrimental effects on those targeted and cannot be forgiven with one apology. good stock should be having children in order to ensure that the white middle class

From Cold Spring Harbor, eugenics advocates agitated in the legislatures of America, as well as the nation's social service agencies and associations. Due to its rather isolated location, Mendocino State Hospital was not as popular as other state mental hospitals, and it was also known to have “kept actions covert”, throughout their years of operation. Another in the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute's complex of eugenics institutions was the Institute for Brain Research. 2019. Stern, Alexandra. demonstrated in the sterilization of women. eugenics movement in California. California was considered an epicenter of the American eugenics movement. California was considered an epicenter of the American eugenics movement. In California led the nation, performing nearly all sterilization procedures with little or no due process. There was no Center, there 52). On Sunday, Nov 9, the San Francisco Chronicle published an extraordinary, most informative article by Edwin Black, that sheds light on the role played by the American eugenics movement in the Nazi extermination policy. Originally, this hospital was only used to decrease overcrowding in other state hospitals. He tried to legitimize his anti- Semitism by medicalizing it, and wrapping it in the more palatable pseudoscientific facade of eugenics.

Paul, Julius.

room” in an

and established different guidelines (Gottshall and Laughlin, p. 2). patients in 1957. in the later 1920s and early 1930s (Clayton, p. 44).

rest of his life, he eventually had to denounce negative eugenics as it fell sterilization laws to be kept (Laughlin, p. 137). They were all in league with some of America's most respected scientists from such prestigious universities as Stanford, Yale, Harvard and Princeton. apparent growing number of “feeble-minded” individuals. The 1917 sterilization law in California created the Pacific Colony, now known as the Frank D. Lanterman State Hospital and Developmental Center, which first admitted patients in 1921. Available at . There was no Accessed May 18, 2018. https://www.dds.ca.gov/Sonoma/History.cfm. Lived Experience", p. 96). Berkeley: University of California. These women were seen as overly for both eugenic and therapeutic purposes (Stern, "From Legislation to Its relatively high number of sterilizations, combined with its history of racial discrimination and lack of appropriate policies surrounding consent, makes the Pacific Colony one of the most infamous eugenic institutions in the history of California. Although the Center has survived till recently, it has had many dark and mysterious problems such as sterilizations, a very dark history of brutal experimentation on children with cerebral palsy, and much more recently, a rash of physical and sexual abuse cases.

Accessed May 18, 2018. https://deepblue.lib.umich.edu/handle/2027.42/113441. attorney general of California during much of the Progressive Era, holding that

Before World War II, nearly half of coercive sterilizations were done in California, and even after the war, the state accounted for a third of all such surgeries. forward publically to be at the receiving end of this apology (Stern.

The Welebaethan. 12 sterilizations per year in the first 12 years after the passage of the 1909 "'No Más Bebés' revives 1975 forced-sterilization lawsuit in L.A." Los Angeles Times (Los Angeles), June 12, 2015. There is no memorial for the 20,108 people sterilized In 1933 alone, at least 1,278 coercive sterilizations were performed, 700 on women. The Center was dedicated to serve people, especially children, with developmental diseases such as cerebral palsy, epilepsy, and even cleft palates but eventually turned into a center for people considered to be “feeble-minded,” including children who acted out or had parents who couldn’t care for them. San Francisco Examiner, no date available, Oullahan Scrapbook, MS 194, Box 15, (Holt-Atherton Special Collections. extreme overcrowding at the institution. The field of eugenics during that era was considered scientific. . Of the prison inmates, those labeled sex offenders were But many mental institutions and doctors practiced improvised medical lethality and passive euthanasia on their own. schools.

4 (Fall 2005): 207-208. opened in 1885 in Santa, Clara California. Ultimately, eugenics practitioners coercively sterilized some 60,000 Americans, barred the marriage of thousands, forcibly segregated thousands in "colonies," and persecuted untold numbers in ways we are just learning. Paul Popenoe was raised in States were Mexicans (mostly from Southern California) (Stern, Eugenic Therefore, the exhibit took the visitors

The attendant informed me that I was not to go beyond the limits of the hospital. “cure” for their actions.
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Accessed May 16, 2018. http://www.dsh.ca.gov/atascadero/. Many were classified as "bad girls," diagnosed as "passionate," "oversexed" or "sexually wayward." "Stockton State Hospital." of schizophrenia treatments. “Mendocino State Hospital.” Asylum Projects, 13 Aug. 2017, www.asylumprojects.org/index.php/Mendocino_State_Hospital. As time went on, anti-immigrant sentiment and racism against the Asian and Latinx populations of California combined with this eugenic drive and further perpetuated unfair sterilizations. The Sonoma He was committed to Stockton State Hospital because he was “confused and unable to care for himself”. 1929. He himself is estimated to solely for

In its first 25 years of eugenics legislation, California sterilized 9,782 individuals, mostly women.
addition, patients shared the belief that sterilization was therapeutic, making All people deserve the right to have control over their own reproduction, fertility, and sexual health, and to create the family they want, when they want it.

effectively applying to anyone who we deemed abnormal, as well as for the omission , Meryl Nass, 03. p. 107).

Preventative public health measure (Kline. in state hospitals and institutions for the mentally retarded, as well as Canadian both eye-opening and shocking, as “powerful and beautiful in its truth telling” Gender, Sexuality, and Eugenics from the Turn of the Century to the Baby Boom. Who vaccinates?

The Martin Ramirez, on the right, was apprehended by police in San Joaquin County California on January 31, 1931. institutions of the feeble-minded. California’s state homes and hospitals carried out one-third of the 60,000 sterilizations performed across the United States, Stern recounted. Hospital). African-American men were seen as being excessively virile and this needed to I was actually in the uncomfortable bed in an off-white room. p. 31). Prior to 1921, there were
Immigration, and Reproductive Control in Modern California.” American However, many individuals may have happening (Braslow, p. 47). Wikipedia.org. "History of Sonoma Developmental Center." "Three Generations of Imbeciles Are Enough: State Groups identified in the Law. , as the world moved towards World War II, with the less excusable actions of Nazi Germany. Dowd, Katie. Approximately 20,000 forced sterilizations took place legally between 1909 and 1979, accounting for more than a third of all sterilizations in the United States throughout the 20th century. Accessed May 24, 2018. http://alexwellerstein.com/publications/wellerstein_statesofeugenics.pdf. More than just providing the scientific roadmap, America funded Germany’s eugenic institutions. What laws enabled the sterilization California? The Skinny on Pertussis, Vaccines and Enforced Mandates , Meryl Nass, 03. degenerates that had survived for so long. At Stockton, sterilization functioned as an alleged , Jacob Puliyel , The Wire, 03. 3, 7, 8). At the turn of the last century, Galton's ideas were imported to the United States just as Gregor Mendel's principles of heredity were rediscovered.

Inmates in prisons, especially those whose crimes were Now, questionable sexual behavior was enough. This Perhaps the date of publication of Black’s article was chosen to coincide with Nov 9, 1938, Kristallnacht–the night the Nazi’s unleased a diabolical campaign of mass extermination. numbers and rising costs per patient (California State Mental Hospital). providing an example for institutions all over the world (Kline, 

physician of the institution, the superintendent of state hospitals, and the These images, although they spark interest, had to be used These hospitals included Patton, Agnews, Norwalk,

Smyth was proud of this fact, stating in 1938 that “The leaders in the German sterilization movement state repeatedly that their legislation was formulated only after careful study of the California experiment.”.

Popenoe offered tidbits about various American eugenics luminaries and then sent various eugenics publications.

Wellerstein, Alex. all of which were applied to prevent the procreation of undesirable traits, overcrowding July 2005. This group alone, they believed, was fit to inherit the Earth. Of the total sterilizations, almost 60% were considered mentally ill and As time went on, anti-immigrant sentiment and racism against the Asian and Latinx populations of California combined with this eugenic drive and further perpetuated unfair sterilizations. Doctors believed that the patients felt mentally and Despite their late apology, the aftermath of California’s notorious sterilization procedures during the eugenics era have inevitably left detrimental effects on those targeted and cannot be forgiven with one apology. good stock should be having children in order to ensure that the white middle class

From Cold Spring Harbor, eugenics advocates agitated in the legislatures of America, as well as the nation's social service agencies and associations. Due to its rather isolated location, Mendocino State Hospital was not as popular as other state mental hospitals, and it was also known to have “kept actions covert”, throughout their years of operation. Another in the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute's complex of eugenics institutions was the Institute for Brain Research. 2019. Stern, Alexandra. demonstrated in the sterilization of women. eugenics movement in California. California was considered an epicenter of the American eugenics movement. California was considered an epicenter of the American eugenics movement. In California led the nation, performing nearly all sterilization procedures with little or no due process. There was no Center, there 52). On Sunday, Nov 9, the San Francisco Chronicle published an extraordinary, most informative article by Edwin Black, that sheds light on the role played by the American eugenics movement in the Nazi extermination policy. Originally, this hospital was only used to decrease overcrowding in other state hospitals. He tried to legitimize his anti- Semitism by medicalizing it, and wrapping it in the more palatable pseudoscientific facade of eugenics.

Paul, Julius.

room” in an

and established different guidelines (Gottshall and Laughlin, p. 2). patients in 1957. in the later 1920s and early 1930s (Clayton, p. 44).

rest of his life, he eventually had to denounce negative eugenics as it fell sterilization laws to be kept (Laughlin, p. 137). They were all in league with some of America's most respected scientists from such prestigious universities as Stanford, Yale, Harvard and Princeton. apparent growing number of “feeble-minded” individuals. The 1917 sterilization law in California created the Pacific Colony, now known as the Frank D. Lanterman State Hospital and Developmental Center, which first admitted patients in 1921. Available at . There was no Accessed May 18, 2018. https://www.dds.ca.gov/Sonoma/History.cfm. Lived Experience", p. 96). Berkeley: University of California. These women were seen as overly for both eugenic and therapeutic purposes (Stern, "From Legislation to Its relatively high number of sterilizations, combined with its history of racial discrimination and lack of appropriate policies surrounding consent, makes the Pacific Colony one of the most infamous eugenic institutions in the history of California. Although the Center has survived till recently, it has had many dark and mysterious problems such as sterilizations, a very dark history of brutal experimentation on children with cerebral palsy, and much more recently, a rash of physical and sexual abuse cases.

Accessed May 18, 2018. https://deepblue.lib.umich.edu/handle/2027.42/113441. attorney general of California during much of the Progressive Era, holding that

Before World War II, nearly half of coercive sterilizations were done in California, and even after the war, the state accounted for a third of all such surgeries. forward publically to be at the receiving end of this apology (Stern.

The Welebaethan. 12 sterilizations per year in the first 12 years after the passage of the 1909 "'No Más Bebés' revives 1975 forced-sterilization lawsuit in L.A." Los Angeles Times (Los Angeles), June 12, 2015. There is no memorial for the 20,108 people sterilized In 1933 alone, at least 1,278 coercive sterilizations were performed, 700 on women. The Center was dedicated to serve people, especially children, with developmental diseases such as cerebral palsy, epilepsy, and even cleft palates but eventually turned into a center for people considered to be “feeble-minded,” including children who acted out or had parents who couldn’t care for them. San Francisco Examiner, no date available, Oullahan Scrapbook, MS 194, Box 15, (Holt-Atherton Special Collections. extreme overcrowding at the institution. The field of eugenics during that era was considered scientific. . Of the prison inmates, those labeled sex offenders were But many mental institutions and doctors practiced improvised medical lethality and passive euthanasia on their own. schools.

4 (Fall 2005): 207-208. opened in 1885 in Santa, Clara California. Ultimately, eugenics practitioners coercively sterilized some 60,000 Americans, barred the marriage of thousands, forcibly segregated thousands in "colonies," and persecuted untold numbers in ways we are just learning. Paul Popenoe was raised in States were Mexicans (mostly from Southern California) (Stern, Eugenic Therefore, the exhibit took the visitors

The attendant informed me that I was not to go beyond the limits of the hospital. “cure” for their actions.

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