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April 17, 2017

Alumni Spotlight: Justina Trim

School: Georgia State University-Atlanta, GA Grad year: May 2015 Major: Sociology with a concentration in Race and Urban Studies M… Read more »

Spotlight

April 10, 2017

2017 Advocacy Days

Since the election of Donald Trump, social justice advocates have had their already-hard work cut out for them. From the Muslim ba… Read more »

Spotlight

January 31, 2017

We Were There: URGE at The Women’s March on Washington & Beyond

The Trump Administration was less than 24 hours old when we took to the streets with millions of others for the Women’s March on W… 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 »

Chapter Updates

February 23, 2017

UTRGV Celebrates Valentine’s Day With A Letter-Writing Campaign

UTRGV chapters at Edinburgh and Brownsville celebrated Valentine’s Day with a letter-writing campaign to their members of Congress… Read more »

Chapter Updates

February 14, 2017

Be My (Consensual) Valentine: Kent State Hands Out V-Day Cards on Campus

URGE’s chapter at Kent State got creative and made consensual valentines that they handed out to students with condoms and buttons… Read more »

Recent Blog Posts

May 17, 2017

How President Trump’s Expansion of the Global Gag Rule Will Wreak Havoc on Communities

Another day, another shitty reproductive health policy introduced by the Trump administration that will have untold effects on mil… Read more »

Recent Blog Posts

May 5, 2017

Hey! Don’t use my religion to discriminate

The President of the United States signed an executive order that promotes religious liberty. As a person of faith, I grow tired o… Read more »

Recent Blog Posts

May 4, 2017

Mama’s Day Bail Out

Though we’ve had a rocky past during the typical teen angst years, my mother is my best friend. She’s my shoulder to cry on, she’s… Read more »