Throughout March 2021, BELLAs held events for our first Period Awareness month, where we’ve aimed to tackle topics related to periods such as period stigma, poverty, and sustainability.
We are pleased to share these resources with you.
Period. End of Sentence. Documentary links:
Period. End of Sentence. | FULL FEATURE | Netflix
Period. End of Sentence. Documentary Resource Guide 2019
As part of the period awareness month we're holding, in this video, the BELLAs answer your questions about periods! We hope you learn from this and we've answered your questions!
In this presentation, BELLAs discusses what period poverty is, what it looks like in the US and other countries, how it affects those with periods, and finally, what is being done about it by sharing talks by the Chicago Period Project and The Pad Project.
In this presentation, BELLAs discusses what period stigma is, the roots and history of period stigma, examples of it, systems that uphold it, and the effects it can have on those with periods.
BELLAS and Club Terra
In this presentation, BELLAs and Club Terra break down the environmental impact of traditional period products, how these products are related to financial sustainability, and sustainable product options.
This video was created by Nicolette Harutunian, Education and Outreach Coordinator for The Pad Project. The Pad Project is an organization that "aims to help move towards a world where menstruators feel empowered in their bodies, achieve economic independence, ... Read More
The video was created by Ashley Novoa, Founder and Executive Director of the Chicago Period Project. The CPP empowers homeless and in-need people to experience their periods with dignity. The feminist, grassroots organization distributes pads, tampons, underwear, and other ... Read More
This video was created by Angie Wiseman, Executive Director of the Dignity Period. The Dignity Period aims to help fight period poverty in places like Ethiopia, Saint Louis, and beyond.