This Fight Isn’t Over: Immigrant Families Torn Apart by Trump’s Policy May Never Be Reunited

All told, thousands of children are now being housed like prisoners and held by federal agents—and some will never see their parents again.

Inside Argentina’s Revolution of the Daughters

“The square was physically divided in two sides,” she recalls. On the right, a tide of green handkerchiefs had formed by those in favor of decriminalizing abortion; on the left, their opponents wore blue scarves.

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.

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.

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. 

How One Woman’s Story Changed the Laws on Child Marriage in Kentucky

Donna Pollard’s story is a stark reminder that society changes for the better when we listen to women.

Peace Heroes: How Psychologist Fatima Akilu Rehabilitated Nigeria’s Extremists

In 2012, Dr. Fatima Akilu was appointed to run Nigeria’s first official counter-extremism program in the wake of Boko Haram’s grip on the nation—and integrated de-radicalization and prevention programs across the prison and education systems.

Envisioning the Future of the #MeToo Movement: Four Key Takeaways from the 2018 Global Women’s Rights Awards

At the Feminist Majority Foundation’s 13th annual Global Women’s Rights Awards, activists from around the world celebrated the momentum of the movement for gender equality—and envisioned the way forward.

Meet the California Students Demanding On-Campus Abortion Access

Adiba Khan and Marandah Rain Field-Elliot are part of a student-led revolution demanding an expansion of access to comprehensive reproductive health care at public universities.

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