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How one organization is combating period poverty in the U.S.

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Half a billion people around the world are affected by period poverty which is the lack of access to menstrual products, hygiene facilities, and education. NBC News’ Maura Barrett takes a closer look at how one organization is working to end period stigma, shame, and especially period poverty.