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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 »


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 »


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

October 12, 2017

Take Back The Night at Washburn University

On October 12th, URGE at WU and STAND co-organized a Take Back The Night rally & march to stand in solidarity with survivors o… Read more »

Chapter Updates

October 6, 2017

FEM and OU’s F-ckRapeCulture Homecoming March

For the last 6 years, Ohio University’s F-ck Rap Culture (FRC) has hosted an event aims to put pressure on the university administ… 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 »

Recent Blog Posts

November 16, 2017

Why I Put a (Nuva)Ring on My Busy College Schedule

We have more birth control options now than ever. With advancing medical technology, scientists have been able to offer effective… Read more »

Recent Blog Posts

November 15, 2017

Sexual Assault Is Bad, But a Woman In Charge? Even Worse.

During the past week, national news has covered the Alabama senate race scheduled for December after sexual assault allegations we… Read more »

Recent Blog Posts

November 14, 2017

Birth Control Accessibility is Not Just about Insurance Coverage

Two weeks ago, I visited Planned Parenthood as a patient for the first time. I decided this year that it was time for me to explor… Read more »