#PeriodProgress looks like boxes upon boxes of menstrual products passing through the security gate at the Georgia State Capitol building
#PeriodProgress looks like leaders of state-wide government organizations standing in support of menstrual product access
#PeriodProgress looks like the terms ‘period poverty’ and ‘menstrual equity’ being broadcast in the Rotunda
#PeriodProgress looks like a diverse group of state delegates and advocates showing up on a rainy Tuesday to talk about #periodpoverty and #menstrualequity
#PeriodProgress looks like the elimination of the state sales tax on menstrual products, and continued efforts to ensure that those products are safe, accessible, and affordable.
Ask your State Representative to support House Bill 8, today!
A huge thank you to GEMA Director Homer Bryson, Commissioner Timothy Ward from the Department of Corrections and to these legislators for all their help with tackling issues like #periodpoverty and #menstrualequity. #gapol pic.twitter.com/GnM6qKjOdi
— Georgia STOMP (@Georgia_STOMP) February 19, 2019