|Text on Button||BE PREPARED PARENTS' AID SOCIETY BIRTH CONTROL CRUSADE|
Pink umbrella with white text on top of pink male and female symbols with pink writing on white background.
|Curl Text||N NORSTICE DAY 581 HEMPSTEAD NY 11561H|
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The Parents’ Aid Society, an abortion clinic, was established by William Baird in Hempstead, New York, in 1964. The Parents’ Aid Society advertised the availability of birth control information and devices. This organization went to poor neighborhoods in Nassau County, New York, to educate and distribute all methods of birth control to people of all ages in the community. The birth control was provided for free.
Abortion, birth control, contraception, and family planning. (n.d). https://guides.library.harvard.edu/schlesinger_abortion
Baird, W., Cresner. P., & Horowitz, M. The Parent’s Aid Society for birth control education; Marshall McLuhan on medial theory, KPFA news report (WBAI/KPFA), 1967. Internet Archive; UC Reagents, KPFA and WBAI. https://archive.org/details/cueth_000405/cueth_000405_a_access.HD.mp3