TidePod SGA Segment #1: Discussing Menstrual Equity

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Valerie Wang

The TidePod, which was started in early 2019, is currently in its second season. Graphic designed by Valerie Wang.

In the first episode of the brand new TidePod SGA segment, hosts Sabrena Carver-Tchagna and Lucy Meyer discuss an upcoming act that could impact Montgomery County schools, the Menstrual Equity for All Act of 2019. At RM, the SGA is working with the Girl Up club to campaign for menstrual equity. This campaign by Girl Up will include donating menstrual products to be used in the restrooms at RM until the bill is passed, signing a petition to express support for the bill, and writing letters to representatives in Congress in support of the bill. Ita Teta, the leader of RM’s Girl Up club, joins Carver-Tchagna and Meyer on today’s episode to discuss this act, how RM students are advocating for it, and why it is important for schools to implement. Listen to “SGA Segment #1: Discussing Menstrual Equity” here.   

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Senior Ita Teta poses for a photo on Main Street.

The featured guest for this episode is Ita Teta.

Hosted and narrated by Sabrena Carver-Tchagna and Lucy Meyer. Script, publicity, outreach, and editing by Sabrena Carver-Tchagna and Lucy Meyer.

Graphic by Valerie Wang. Music courtesy of Corrigan Peters. Produced by Grace Burwell.

You can listen to the rest of the TidePod podcast here.