Facebook is celebrating some of the most inspirational young people and communities in the UK through a series of short films, called Beyond the Screen.
Bloody Good Period is a group of young women based in London and Leeds dedicated to ending period poverty. The group, comprised of over 2,500 members, works hard to ensure the supply of menstrual products to those who cannot afford to buy them.
This film follows founder, Gabby Edlin and her team as they shine the light on the many struggles female asylum seekers face during their period and the action they are taking to try and end this period poverty.
The full length series of shorts will be playing at select Everyman cinemas across the UK, until 7th November. Tickets are free and can be secured at Everyman ([ Ourscreen.com Link ]
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Bloody Good Period: Every Human's Right