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On February 21, 2022, Planned Parenthood Generation Action (PPGA) students at San Diego State University’s Imperial Valley Campus unveiled new menstrual products and condom dispensers in bathrooms across the SDSU-IV campus. The dispensers will be continually stocked with menstrual products and condoms that any student can access free of charge!

PPGA  is a network of students and young activists who organize events to educate and mobilize their student body on issues affecting sexual health and reproductive rights. The students in the SDSU-IV chapter have been working on installing these dispensers since July of 2021. This is the first college campus in the Imperial Valley to implement a program that will offer free sexual and reproductive health products to all students.

Check out photos from the ceremony here and a video spotlight can be seen below!


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