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May 9, 2018

2018 Generation 2 Generation Awards and Celebration

URGE is ready to celebrate with advocates and friends from the reproductive justice movement at the Generation 2 Generation Celebr… Read more »

Spotlight

December 15, 2017

A Letter from Our Executive Director

When I walked into URGE in January 2000 as the Maxine Water Reproductive Freedom Fellow, I didn’t know what it meant for me to be… Read more »

Spotlight

December 12, 2017

Alumni Spotlight: Kimberly Inez McGuire Cordero

School: Hampshire College Major: Race, Gender, and the Citizen: Constructing Political Identities Grad year: 2006 How were you inv… Read more »

Chapter Updates

February 28, 2018

Period Politics Symposium at Otterbein

The event was an educational panel that hosted 4 advocates and thinkers on period activism, Jennifer Weiss-Wolf, author of Periods… Read more »

Chapter Updates

December 8, 2017

URGE Texas Drops Off 1500 Postcards to Senator Cornyn in Support a Clean DREAM Act

URGE advocates, All Above All, Jane’s Due Process, NARAL Texas, Planned Parenthood Texas Votes, TEA Fund and the Lilith Fund deliv… Read more »

Chapter Updates

November 22, 2017

URGE at Texas State Host Lotería Night

Advocates at the Texas State University hosted a Lotería night to push our anti-border wall resolution campaign. They started rais… Read more »

Recent Blog Posts

April 27, 2018

Trump’s Plan to Fund Abstinence-Only Sex Ed is Grossly Misled

Last Friday, the Department of Health and Human Services announced that grants for sexual education programs available through the… Read more »

Recent Blog Posts

April 26, 2018

Building Community: The Power of Uplifting Local Stories

This week, the Rio Grande Valley’s URGE chapter hosted our first Abortion Speakout in collaboration with the 1 in 3 Campaign. The… Read more »

Recent Blog Posts

April 25, 2018

Reproductive Rights Are Human Rights Is Not Just a Slogan

To anyone that believes that Trump’s presidency isn’t causing any real harm, I’m afraid to tell you that you are terribly mistaken… Read more »