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Anita Diamant Sheds New Light on Menstrual Injustice

Girls need to learn that a period is natural, not shameful

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In her new book, “Period. End of Sentence.” (Scribner, 2021), New York Times bestselling author and award-winning journalist Anita Diamant sheds light on the ways in which menstrual injustice threatens the education, health, and dignity of some of the world’s most vulnerable…




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