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The topic of menstruation is still considered taboo to discuss in many cultures, despite the fact that half of the people on our planet menstruate approximately every 28 days. During our July 28 webinar, Plastic Free Periods: Protecting Our Bodies & Preventing Plastic Pollution, we discussed the connections between plastic pollution, menstruation, and social change.

This webinar was sponsored by Plastic Pollution Coalition member Natracare and in partnership with Coalition member Menstrual Cup Coalition. Together, we learned from activists, experts and leaders about period justice and how to protect your body from toxic chemicals in products, while exploring the movements happening now around menstrual practices toward a more just, equitable world.

+ Nadya Okamoto, Co-Founder of August & Author of PERIOD POWER
+ Amy Ziff, Founder and Executive Director of Nontoxic Certified & the MADE SAFE® certification
+ Alethea Osborne, Technical Specialist in Gender & Social Development, MannionDaniels

+ Dianna Cohen, Co-Founder & CEO, Plastic Pollution Coalition

Thank you to Coalition member Natracare for sponsoring the webinar!
Natracare pioneered the plastic-free, organic, and natural period product movement in the late 1980s. Their period products are made from renewable, biodegradable, and compostable materials. Unlike conventional brands, Natracare’s products won’t be polluting the earth for the next 500 years.
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