OVAReact Podcast S1 Ep6: Are Periods Racist? with Mary Nyaruai, Founder of Nyungu Africa
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This is the sixth episode of OVAReact Podcast where the hosts Monicah Muhoya, Angela Wambui and Lush Angela are reacting with their very first guest Mary Nyaruai founder of Nyungu Afrika, talking about period poverty and addressing why periods can be racist with low quality menstrual products available in developing countries while there is high quality available in the west.

OVAReact podcast airs every Monday at 10.30 pm Capital FM Kenya radio. It is also available via Sister Speaks Global, Google podcast, Spotify and Anchor as well as Capital FM Kenya Sound Cloud.

This is a Sister Speaks Global and Capital FM Kenya podcast production, where we ask the tough questions, engage in hard conversations and get comfortable in being uncomfortable in order to trigger change and challenge certain narratives perceived as the norm.

We invite those with ovaries and those without to OVAReact with us! Share your thoughts and feedback below!

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