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Everyone deserves to live in a healthy and safe environment. That environment includes where you live, work, play, and pray. We reject and actively push back against racist rhetoric, actions, policies and institutional oppression that leads to state-sanctioned brutality, gun violence, and harm that again and again assaults communities of color. We are committed to working for justice and equity, and are in solidarity with social, racial, and environmental justice organizations to build community, understanding and honest dialogue to address the root causes of violence, harm and hate.

TICK TOCK TICK TOCK – IT’S TIME FOR ACCOUNTABILITY!

In 2019, New York became the first state in the United States to pass a bill requiring manufacturers of period care products to fully disclosure their ingredients. This ground-breaking law is about to go into effect — companies have only a handful of days left to get their act together and stop hiding ingredient secrets.

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Women’s Voices for the Earth amplifies women’s voices
to eliminate the toxic chemicals that harm our health and communities.

We envision a world where the earth is taken care of, workers are paid well and treated fairly,
and there are no toxic chemicals in our homes, our communities or our environment.

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JOIN US for Our Stories, Our Flow — a virtual conversation about menstruation that centers and de-stigmatizes the way we talk about, understand & experience safe, healthy periods!

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Miah has spent the last few weeks learning more about toxic chemicals in products and how these exposures can impact their health. From period products, intimate care, cleaners, disinfectants, personal care products and more — these exposures can really add up.

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Celebrating 25+ Years of Raising Voices!

2020 marked the 25th anniversary of WVE. Launched in 1995 to take on local issues — pesticide spraying, pollution from a nearby container mill, and stopping a proposed gold mine on Montana’s Blackfoot River — today, we lead tens of thousands of advocates in the U.S. and beyond in campaigns to stop toxic chemicals from being distributed to millions through products made for our homes and bodies. We’ve come a long way, and we thank you for your support and advocacy.

Timeline of victories!