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Nicole Soret and Mya Abdelwahab are highschoolers at the Young Women’s Leadership School of Astoria in Queens, New York.…

They created a campaign called "Femstrate" to convince the Department of Ed to distribute period products at school food-distribution sites that hungry kids and their families rely on during the crisis.

After a month of fighting and stalling, the teens prevailed: today, school meal hubs are also distributing period products. Check here to find a distribution site near you:

The campaign was an extension of an in-school project to address period poverty. They've also created a Gofundme to raise money for period supplies:

Nicole Soret and Mya Abdelwahab

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