Talk: Accessible & Sustainable Alternatives to Conventional Menstrual Products
November 29, 2018
UMass Amherst Campus
Phoebe Hynes is a Waste and Recycling Fellow in the Sustainability Fellowship Program run by the Sustainability Office in the Physical Plant. They are driven to work with alternative menstrual products to participate in waste reduction, and to teach people about the health and environmental benefits of choosing reusable products over conventional single-use products.
Phoebe, along with members of the UMass Students for Reproductive Justice and the Menstrual Advocacy Coalition, will visit themes of accessibility, identity, reproductive justice and a low impact lifestyle through this conversation.
Some goodies will be provided at the event including:
Coupon codes for discounted cups, Zines, Snacks, Yerba Mate
All are welcome and encouraged to attend.