We Are Committed. PERIOD.

In recognition of Menstrual Health (MH) Day, recognized internationally as Menstrual Hygiene Day, Changing the Flow, in collaboration with Kitchener Public Library, invites you to We Are Committed. PERIOD.

A celebration of community members working together to end period poverty and achieve menstrual equity.

Menstrual equity is about awareness, raising visibility and making change.

It starts as soon as you enter the space, with a curated display of books on menstruation in the main foyer.

As you approach the main staircase, Visceral Tide, an art piece created by local artist and menstrual equity activist Olivia Carvalho (she/her), will be hanging for 28 symbolic days from the stairwell leading to level 2 from May 16th to June 13th.

Join us on the 2nd floor, from 11am to 2pm.

Stop by the community engagement tables to browse the materials, or leave a message about menstrual equity.

Some of our incredible community organizations in attendance:

Moon Time Sisters – Partnering northern Indigenous communities in Ontario, Quebec, Nunavut, and Northwest Territories to supply people who menstruate with free period products

Acclaimed artist A. Decker , the designer of the 1st Inclusion Series Period Box: No Shame In My Flow Game.

and check out the unique Period Boxes created at a recent Period Box Maker’s event.

Spin the Changing The Flow Period Prize Wheel and much more!

#WeAreCommitted #MHD2022 #JustLikeToiletPaper


May 28 2022


Eastern Time (EDT)
11:00 am - 2:00 pm

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