WATCH: “Math Brain” is the Feminist Infomercial You’ll Actually Want to Watch

“Math Brain,” a PSA in the style of a 1980’s infomercial, launched today—in honor of Pi Day.

The Senate Can Save Women’s Lives—If They Stop Gorsuch

“Without question, Neil Gorsuch is bad for women’s rights and lives,” Eleanor Smeal, President of the Feminist Majority Foundation, said in an email to activists this week.

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NEWSFLASH: Rates of Severe Violence Targeting Abortion Providers, Patients and Clinics at a 20-Year High

The 2016 National Clinic Violence Survey found that severe anti-abortion violence and threats of violence against women’s health clinics have skyrocketed in the last two years. The number of clinics reporting that they have experienced severe violence was the highest since 1995.

WATCH: Why Los Angeles Marched

The Los Angeles organizing team put together a Women’s March PSA spotlighting people who come from all walks of life. For some, the march honored the legacies of their mothers—for others, it marked the beginning of their activism.

Tell Us Your Women’s March Story!

We want to know why you marched, the moment from your march that has stuck with you and how you felt being part of feminist history. Your story may even appear in the next issue of Ms.!

NEWSFLASH: Feminists Are Fighting Trump’s Anti-Woman Supreme Court Nominee

“We must fight his confirmation with every fiber of our being.”

Not This Time: Fighting Trump’s Muslim Ban

President Donald Trump Friday sparked outrage when he signed a sweeping executive order restricting immigration and refugee resettlement. The fight goes on.

12 Inspiring Quotes from Women’s Marches Around the World

These 12 quotes from Women’s March speeches around the world serve as reminders that we are not alone—and we share a powerful vision for a more equitable and just world.

NEWSFLASH: House Advances Anti-Abortion Legislation

The House yesterday voted 238-183 to pass H.R. 7, and the legislation is now headed to the Senate. If signed into law, it would deny over 28 million women access to abortion coverage.

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