More Ways to Take Action
Our Stories, Our Flow Workshops
Created by Shantrice King, WVE’s OSOF workshops are designed as an intentional, social, and supportive space for women, femmes, and people who have experience and/ or relationship with menstruation to hold real conversations their periods, health, and bodies. Learn more.
Throw a Green Cleaning Party
A Green Cleaning Party is a fun get together with friends to make non-toxic cleaners from safe ingredients like vinegar and baking soda and take action on the toxic chemicals found in many mainstream cleaning products. Thousands have hosted these parties across the nation. Join them today!
Join PAQ action group!
People Against Quats (PAQ) is a national action group of concerned people who are working to eliminate or reduce public exposure to quats in places like schools, gyms, apartment buildings and public work places. Many PAQ are parents who are working to make change in their local schools and childcare facilities. Learn more!
Write a Letter to the Editor
Often when supporters of Women’s Voices for the Earth ask me how to get involved I recommend they submit a Letter to the Editor (LTE). It’s a quick, relatively easy way to raise your voice. Here’s why LTEs are important. Learn more.
Join in the conversation about menstrual equity. By creating dialogues about very real and normal things people go through, such as menstruating, we are effectively dismantling the stigma (de-stigmatizing) of menstruation. Learn more on our Menstrual Equity page.