Eight Feminist Reads for Mother’s Day

In eight books out this year, feminists take on motherhood—from the pregnancy industrial complex to postpartum depression—and open up about their own mothers, the demands of family life and the power of intergenerational feminism.

Bill Cosby is Guilty

Less than a year after a jury declared a mistrial in the charges levied against the television star by Temple University employee Andrea Constand, and in the wake of the #MeToo movement, justice has finally been served in her case.

Speaking Out Against the Systematic Violence Facing Rohingya Women and Girls

Razia Sultana made history Monday as the first Rohingya to ever brief the United Nations Security Council, speaking on behalf of the NGO Working Group on Women, Peace and Security at its Open Debate on Sexual Violence in Conflict.

LISTEN: Sarah McBride Remembers Her First Foray into Full-Time Activism

In an exclusive clip from the audiobook of her memoir, “Tomorrow Will Be Different,” trans advocate Sarah McBride remembers the moment she decided to take on her first full-time job as an advocate.

Lilly Ledbetter’s #MeToo Story

In a piece for the New York Times published today to mark Equal Pay Day, Lilly Ledbetter connects the dots between the #MeToo movement and the fight for equal pay.

The Ms. Q&A: Georgene Huang is Your Feminist Fairygodboss

In a special Equal Pay Day edition of the Ms. Q&A, we talked to the co-founder of Fairygodboss, a community for working women. (And yes, she wants you to ask for a raise. Right now.)

Sally Kohn is Calling for Connection and Compassion in the Age of Trump

“We can relate to each other and society in general in ways that perpetuate hate,” commentator Sally Kohn offers in her new book. “Or we can spread inclusion and equality and justice—by choosing to connect.”

Afghanistan’s Peace Talks Won’t Succeed Without Women

Over the course of nine years, peace talks were held in Afghanistan 23 times. Women were in the room only twice.

Parkland Survivor Mei Ling Ho-Shing is a #NeverAgain Champion at the Intersections

17-year-old Mei Ling Ho-Shing became an activist after she survived the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High in Parkland. Now, she’s calling for more than gun law reform alone—she’s demanding an intersectional approach to the #NeverAgain movement.

The Ms. Q&A: Shannon Watts is Certain That Women Can End Gun Violence

The founder of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America talked to Ms. about how the movement to end gun violence has evolved, what happens when women form the front lines and how you can join the fight right now.

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