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cups for change


Saturday, May 18, 2024 at 2:00 PM EST

Brawner Hall, 3180 Atlanta Rd SE, Smyrna, GA 30080

event description

Atlanta GLOW invites you to Cups for Change, a special spring tea gathering dedicated to breaking the silence surrounding menstrual health. Join us for an afternoon of candid conversations, delicious treats, and empowering discussions as we're coming together to eliminate the stigma surrounding periods and period poverty. Through open dialogue and shared experiences, we aim to create a safe space where everyone feels comfortable discussing menstrual health without judgment.


Sip on a selection of teas, indulge in sweet treats, and join us as we shed light on the challenges faced by those affected by period poverty. Together, we can raise awareness, advocate for change, and ensure that everyone has access to the resources they need for a healthy menstrual cycle. Don't miss this opportunity to be part of the movement towards menstrual equity. Let's spark meaningful conversations, break down barriers, and support each other in this important cause. RSVP today and join us as we make a difference, one cup at a time!

learning outcomes

  • Increased Awareness: Participants will gain a deeper understanding of the challenges surrounding menstrual health and period poverty, including the socioeconomic factors and societal stigmas that contribute to these issues.

  • Empowered Advocacy: Attendees will learn how to effectively advocate for menstrual equity in their communities, including ways to support organizations, policies, and initiatives that address period poverty and promote access to menstrual products.

  • Enhanced Communication Skills: Through candid conversations and open dialogue, participants will develop greater confidence in discussing menstrual health topics, breaking down barriers, and encouraging more open conversations about periods.

  • Community Engagement: Attendees will have the opportunity to connect with like-minded individuals and organizations working towards menstrual equity, fostering a sense of community and collaboration in the fight against period poverty.

  • Practical Support: Participants will leave the event equipped with resources and actionable steps to support individuals experiencing period poverty, including information on donation drives, volunteer opportunities, and advocacy campaigns.

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