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Feminists Have Zero Tolerance for the Trump Administration’s Family Separation Policy

Feminists won’t be fooled by the Trump administration’s misinformation campaigns attempting to eschew blame for the border crisis. Instead, they’re fed up and fighting back.

LISTEN: Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha Looks Back at Her Fight for Flint, Michigan

Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha formed a front line in Flint’s water crisis—and in her new audiobook, she tells the story of the fight of her life in her own voice. Inside is an exclusive clip for Ms. readers.

The New Jim Crow and Black Women’s Fight for Freedom

As we commemorate Juneteenth, let’s all look toward the future—and recommit to the ongoing struggle to end racism by supporting Black women leaders.

WATCH: A Message from Our Syrian Sisters

In a powerful video, four Syrian peace-builders share a single message to the world: Syrian women have ambitions and capacities to make change.

London Breed is San Francisco’s First African-American Woman Mayor

“I grew up in some of the most challenging of circumstances. I think the message that this sends to the next generation of young people growing up in this city, that no matter where you come from—you can do anything you want to do.”

We Heart: Amy Poehler’s Hollywood Reporter Reality-Check

When The Hollywood Reporter asked comedian Amy Poehler a lighthearted series of questions as part of their “40-ish Most Powerful People in Comedy,” she didn’t respond in kind.

Federal Agents Seized an Infant from Her Mother at the Border—While She Was Breastfeeding

A woman from Honduras was breastfeeding her daughter in a detention center in Texas when federal agents took her child away from her—and handcuffed her when she fought back.

Rep. Leanne Krueger-Braneky is Fighting for a #MeToo Moment

“By far our state capitol is the most misogynistic place I have ever worked,” Pennsylvania state Representative Leanne Krueger-Braneky (D-161) told Ms.

We Heart: Feminist Valedictorian Lulabel Seitz Spoke Truth to Power at Graduation

Lulabel Seitz had the opportunity to address her fellow classmates and her larger high school community during a speech at her graduation ceremony—but when she began to reference her on-campus sexual assault, her mic was unexpectedly cut. 

Gearing up for Revolution in Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia’s ban on women driving will finally be lifted later this month—and one woman is already showing them the rules of the road.

From the Latest Issue

Bookmarks: 10 Feminist Books to Read This Spring

These spring reads span the global movement for workers’ rights, toxic masculinity, rape culture and the Trump era. (We’re also excited about two groundbreaking memoirs.)


Harvey Weinstein is Hollywood: The Industry’s Culture of Harassment Needs a Rewrite

The accusations against Harvey Weinstein are disturbing, jarring, uncomfortable, strange—and it is long past time for Hollywood to commit to making them uncommon and unacceptable.

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