Solidarity on Screen: What “Roma” Means to Domestic Workers Worldwide

Actors Yalitza Aparicio and Marina de Tavira joined National Domestic Workers Alliance Gender Justice Campaigns Director Monica Ramirez and award-winning producer Nely Galan to talk about the impact of “Roma”—and center Latinas in the narrative.

LISTEN: Sisterhood, Accountability and Ravenously Hungry Girls

Anissa Gray’s debut novel “The Care and Feeding of Ravenously Hungry Girls” is a poignant exploration of sisterhood and motherhood situated at the intersections of race and gender—and today, Ms. readers get an exclusive first listen of the audiobook.

The Ms. Q&A: Carlos Izcaray’s Year of the Women is Only the Beginning

On February 23, a new vision for classical music will resound in Los Angeles when the American Youth Symphony celebrates their 2018/19 season, which they’ve dubbed “The Year of the Woman.” AYS Music Director and legendary performer, conductor and instrumentalist Carlos Izcaray talked to Ms. about how he’ll continue steering its powerful vision for progress after the season ends.

Menstrual Equity’s Red Carpet Moment

Rayka Zehtabchi stands out in this year’s pool of Academy Award nominees for Best Documentary Short—not only because she’s the only woman among them, but because her film “PERIOD. END OF SENTENCE.” also tells a uniquely female story that emerged from a transnational feminist coalition fighting for menstrual equity.

Keeping Score: The Good (and Bad) News About Abortion Laws

This week in feminist news: Dolores Huerta called for more feminist power, Jane Fonda spoke out on the gender gaps in Oscar nods, NARAL crunched the numbers on abortion laws nationwide and the Navy did a “Missing Man Flyover” for a woman for the first time.

WATCH: Eunice P. Justice Delivers the 2019 State Of The Uterus Address

“From East Ovary to West Ovary, all the way to South Vagina—the United States of the Uteri is being invaded by extremist politicians coming from shithole countries like Whitemanistan, and Incel-vania. Some are dangerous. Some are useless, and all of them want to destroy the freedoms the Uteri of America currently enjoy.”

Keeping Score: This Inclusive Pride Flag Just Made History

Stacey Abrams, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Nancy Pelosi weigh in on the state of politics and what’s next; new data shows support for a higher minimum wage and the impact of Donald Trump’s war on healthcare; and more feminist highlights from the week!

The Ms. Q&A: What Diane Paulus Learned by Telling Gloria Steinem’s Story

“The chance to immerse myself in this project and deepen my understanding of Gloria’s life and work has been completely life-altering.”

Keeping Score: How New York Made History on Roe v. Wade’s Anniversary

Speaking out for Roe, exploring the commonality of reproductive coercion and confirming the president’s sexism. These are the can’t-miss feminist stories from the week.

WATCH: Ms. Goes Inside The Jane Club

The Jane Club co-founders June Diane Raphael and Jess Zaino opened up to Ms. in a live interview about building better workplaces, the myth of work-life balance and how the “mother of all workspaces” got born.

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