Green, Susanna (1855-1937)
Birth Control International Information Centre
World Population Conference (1927)
Sue Green was a British-born former headmistress of a English girls school in Constantinople who was living in France by the 1920s. She became a birth control activist after meeting Edith How-Martyn and Emilie Rieder, and worked on organizing in France and helping with the World Population Conference.
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Susanna Green (ca. 1855-1937), a British-born former headmistress of an English girls school in Constantinople, then living in France, had recently met How-Martyn and Emily Rieder and become a birth control activist. Convinced that birth control was essential to any social work efforts, and facile with several languages, Green was one of a small cadre of women helping MS organize the World Population Conference. Green also tried to negotiate with the Comité National D’Études Socialies et Politiques, an influential group of Paris’s “best thinkers,” to host a Sanger lecture there.
1861 U.K. Census
Edith How-Martyn to MS, Oct. 10, 1937 [Sanger, Papers, LCM 16:502]