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September 26, 2017

Executive Director Kierra Johnson to Step Down After 10 Years of Visionary Leadership

The Unite for Reproductive and Gender Equity (URGE) Board of directors today announced that Kierra Johnson will be stepping down a… Read more »

Spotlight

July 26, 2017

Alumni Spotlight: Ashley and Paul Brink

Ashley Brink School: Wichita State University Grad year: 2014 Majors: Sociology, Women’s Studies, Psychology, Criminal Justice How… Read more »

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May 30, 2017

Congratulations to our 2017 Graduates!

We’re taking a moment to acknowledge our graduating members from across the country! We can’t wait to see where the end up next, a… Read more »

Chapter Updates

July 25, 2017

Speaking Out: A Reproductive Rights Panel Discussion at Wichita State

Even though it’s summer break, our chapter at Wichita State is working with our Kansas partners to advocate for medically accurate… Read more »

Chapter Updates

May 21, 2017

KU Takes a Stand Against Campus Carry

On May 17th, students from the Fail Campus Carry group attended to protest the monthly Kansas Board of Regents meeting by wearing… Read more »

Chapter Updates

May 18, 2017

Spelman Works to Bail Out Black Mamas

On May 14, Mother’s Day, student leaders of URGE Spelman helped welcome home formerly incarcerated Black mothers. Days before, man… Read more »

Recent Blog Posts

October 19, 2017

URGE Defends DACA: Why Immigrant Justice is Reproductive Justice

What week is it? Regardless of the date, I can tell you that it sucks. Every morning we wake up to a new fresh hell wondering what… Read more »

Recent Blog Posts

October 19, 2017

White People: Don’t Ignore Racism at K-State

This weekend, a Kansas State student shared a picture on her Snapchat account that rebounded throughout the student body. The pict… Read more »

Recent Blog Posts

October 18, 2017

Brown People Are Valid, Too

An Anne Frank Halloween costume for little girls recently sparked outrage on Twitter and beyond. The backlash occurred almost imme… Read more »