Progress. Period. Records, 2017

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Progress. Period.
Progress. Period. is a student organization dedicated to destigmatizing menstruation and raising money to supply menstrual hygiene products to those in need. The Progress. Period. Records include flyers and a button promoting the organization's activities and events.
3 items
Materials in English
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University Archives Record Group:
31 -- Student/Campus Life
31 -- Student/Campus Life > 08 -- Student Organizations - Law, Political, and Social Action


Scope and content:

Two flyers for an event sponsored by Progress. Period. and a button.

Biographical / historical:

Progress. Period. is "an organization dedicated to making the world a safer place for those who menstruate." The student organization raises money to provide feminie hygeine products for those in need, locally and internationally; they also work to destigmatize menstruation in daily life on Duke's campus through in-person conversations and social media.

The organization was founded in 2015.

Sources: Progress. Period. student organization website,, viewed 2017 December 20.

Acquisition information:
The Progress. Period. Records were received by the Duke University Archives as a gift in 2017.
Processing information:

Processed by Tracy M. Jackson, December, 2017

Accessions described in this collection guide: UA2017.0057

Rules or conventions:
Describing Archives: A Content Standard


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Women -- Health and hygiene -- North Carolina
Menstruation -- North Carolina
Progress. Period.


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[Identification of item], Progress. Period. Records, Duke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University.