Even if Kansas legislators don’t pass bills this session in alignment with a Lawrence nonprofit’s mission, they’ve opened up a conversation on period equity, and that’s a win for a group of local teens.
Teen leaders of the Lawrence nonprofit Honor Moon invite community members to drop off a donation and shop awhile during their holiday fundraiser.
With just more than five weeks until the Aug. 2 election, these four student-activists and leaders have been mobilizing across the state. Meet Rija Nazir, Chloe Chaffin, Donnavan Dillon and Adriana Cazares.
A non-judgment, inclusive period pantry founded by Lawrence teens has gone mobile as organizers gear up for a fundraiser they hope will fill their new tricycle’s basket.
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