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Rapp poses with Governor Whitmer holding the bill to end the period tax.

Local advocate Ashley Rapp works to end period poverty

Sarah Gudenau, Features Editor November 17, 2021

Epidemiologist, Miss Michigan 2021 candidate and menstruation enthusiast Ashley Rapp has been working toward ending period poverty — inadequate access to menstrual hygiene products — since she was...

The AAUW at OU is hosting a menstrual product drive through Oct. 31. The drive is an effort to promote menstrual equality.

AAUW hosted menstrual product drive in hopes to help end “period poverty”

Rachel Yim, Science & Technology Reporter October 13, 2021

More than 800 million people menstruate daily. Nearly a quarter of college students, however, experience what we now call “period poverty,” according to a 2021 survey. To promote menstrual equity...

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