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December 7, 2017

Issa #AbortionPositive T-Shirt Contest

RULES:  Your tee shirt design must: be non-partisan be about abortion, specifically be simple and recognizable be devoid of any an… Read more »

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November 20, 2017

The 2017 Reproductive Justice Leadership Intsitute

We started the school year off as we usually do, with 5 state-based reproductive leadership institutes! We had so many new advocat… Read more »

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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 »

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 »

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 »

Recent Blog Posts

December 11, 2017

2018 Resolutions

Believe it or not, 2017 is drawing to a close! The New Year is a time for us to reflect on the year behind us and also think about… Read more »

Recent Blog Posts

December 11, 2017

They Broke The Silence–Now Show Us You’re Listening

Time’s Person of the Year was recently announced: The Silence Breakers, a group of women who spoke out against sexual assault this… Read more »

Recent Blog Posts

December 7, 2017

Hey Guys: I’m Working, Don’t Flirt With Me

Last semester, I worked as an usher in my university’s basketball stadium. Overall, it wasn’t a bad job; I was getting paid for wa… Read more »