Reproductive and gender equity is a broad term, and purposefully so. There are many things that affect any one person’s ability to access reproductive and sexual healthcare or inhibits their ability to plan their family. Reproductive and gender equity looks very different to different people. The priorities for an URGE chapter at a state school in California will be different than a chapter at a small college in Alabama.
So we keep things broad and let our supporters and chapters tell us what the most pressing issues are. Most of what we work on can be found under the following categories — take a look to see what we’re up to: