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This Supreme Court Case Led to Thousands of Forced Sterilizations

Buck v. Bell: the Supreme Court case that fueled the eugenics movement.

9/27/2021 12:05:00 AM

Buck v. Bell: the Supreme Court case that fueled the eugenics movement.

The justices ruled against the reproductive rights of people deemed “genetically inferior.'

and sent to the Virginia State Colony for Epileptics and Feeble-minded. The colony was created as a result of the burgeoning eugenics movement and sought to segregate those who were seen as genetically inferior so that their “defects” might be kept from spreading through reproduction.

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