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Bring Awareness to Period Poverty

By increasing awareness, expanding community-based programs that help women and girls in need, and advocating for changes, we can end period poverty in the U.S. A new study shows a 35% increase in Period Poverty since 2018. A quarter of Black (23%) and Latina (24%) people with periods strongly agree that they've struggled to afford period products in the past year.


This is a health crisis we need to talk about. #endperiodpoverty #awareness #calltoaction #reign #healthysanitaryproducts #Empowerment #empowergirls #reigned #youfirst 

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