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It's time to let young people lead.

Young people understand that reproductive and sexual health and rights are inextricably tied to social justice and the fight for liberation. Join thousands of youth activists and adult allies as we build a better and more equitable world.

Victoria works to #FreethePill

"I joined #FreethePill because I believe birth control should be available over the counter to become accessible to everyone who needs it, right there on pharmacy shelves."

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Dionte Fights for LGBTQ Rights

LGBTQ youth have the right to live free from bullying, to safe spaces, and to express who we are as we choose.

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Toraje fights for an end to HIV stigma

Ending discrimination against people living with HIV will protect people's health and lives. It is a moral imperative.

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Ponny fights for honest sex education

Young people have the right to lead healthy lives. We need sex education that is honest, complete, and accurate.

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Andy fights for the rights of sexual violence survivors

We envision a world in which all students can pursue their civil right to educations free from violence and harassment. We recognize that gender violence is both a cause of inequity and a consequence

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Advocates for Youth nurtures a pipeline of leaders who bring skill and determination to progressive movements.

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Abortion Out Loud

Abortion Out Loud is a grassroots movement to start a new conversation about abortion—telling our stories, on our own terms.

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Racial Justice and Intersectionality / Reproductive Justice

The Future is Young Womxn of Color

Young womxn of color leading the fight to ensure reproductive freedom for all people.

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Honest Sex Education

AMAZE

AMAZE takes the awkward out of sex ed. Real info in fun, animated videos that give young people all the answers they actually want to know about sex, their bodies and relationships.

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HIV

National Youth HIV & AIDS Day

Youth activists working to end HIV criminalization, discrimination, and stigma.

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LGBTQ Health and Rights / Racial Justice and Intersectionality

My Story Out Loud

#MyStoryOUTLoud is a digital storytelling campaign dedicated to uplifting the narratives of LGBTQ+ youth of color across the nation by capturing OUR stories, our experiences, our truths.

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condoms / Contraceptive Access

The Condom Collective

Condom Collective members care about access to quality condoms on their campuses. Each year, they've given out 1 million Trojan Brand condoms on college campuses across the United States.

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Sexual Violence

Know Your IX

Know Your IX is a survivor- and youth-led project that aims to empower students to end sexual and dating violence in their schools. 

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LGBTQ Health and Rights / Racial Justice and Intersectionality

#MuslimAnd

We are #MuslimAnd queer, #MuslimAnd fighting for racial justice, and #MuslimAnd important!

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Statement on Know Your IX Lawsuit
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Media, Press Releases / October 21, 2020