Massachusetts Menstrual Equity Coalition
Calling all menstrual activists, advocacy organizations, non profits, businesses, and public servants in Massachusetts & beyond.
Public policy does not adequately address the needs of menstruating people. Massachusetts has an opportunity to change that. Mass NOW’s I AM bill would provide access to free menstrual products, without stigma, to all menstruating individuals in public schools, homeless shelters, and prisons. And we need your help!
The Menstrual Equity Coalition is comprised of various stakeholders and is working on the following priorities:
Data: Review survey to collect data on the current state of menstrual access among school nurses, shelters & sheriffs offices
Educate: Organize consciousness-raisings or 'period talk' open mic in your living room, favorite cafe or neighborhood library. This is important community building work to strengthen our personal narratives and take menstruation out of the closet!
Advocacy: We’re collecting testimony through the Menstrual Access Story Bank
Organizational affiliation (if applicable)
How would you like to get involved?
Sign on your organization in support
Share digital action alerts with your community.
Organize a consciousness raising or ‘period talk’ open mic
Help collect stories around menstrual access by sharing our survey here
Donate to Mass NOW to resource this work
Attend coalition meetings
Submit written or oral testimony at the legislative hearing
Write a letter to the editor or an Op Ed in your local newspaper
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