Reverse Mentoring with GenMaverick: The Five Best Lessons I Learned From Teen Feminists

At the inaugural Maverick Live Summit in Los Angeles, teens took the stage to celebrate the new app’s intent to empower young girls to use their voices—and shared honest stories about their paths to incredible accomplishments.

Raising Mavericks: Inside the New App Empowering Teen Girls to Speak Out

YouTube personalities, musicians, Olympians and activists are among the crowd of young girls using Maverick to tell the “best dad joke,” share feminist advice for young boys and even talk about their first period.

 Mississippi, God Damn!

Just one week after I set foot in America, I met Nina Simone—and the dream that I had sheltered since I was four years old began its journey toward reality.

The Ms. Q&A: Pussy Riot’s Nadya Tolokonnikova Wants You to Read and Riot

Nadya Tolokonnikova is no stranger to speaking out. Ms. caught up with the internationally-renowned feminist firebrand to talk about her latest book, what she’s fighting for and her own revolution from within.

State of the Indignation: Behind-the-Scenes of a New Series Poking Fun at the Political Climate

Indignation depicts the challenges that come when three hilariously over-the-top characters—a humanitarian, a wealthy housewife and an ex-political aide—put themselves in charge of a brand-new country.

Rest in Power: Feminist Filmmaker Audrey Wells Brought Women’s Lives to the Big Screen

After a courageous and years-long battle with cancer, feminist filmmaker and activist Audrey Wells has passed away at 58 years old.

How 60 Women and 11,000 Donors Brought the Stories in Amanda Palmer’s #MeToo Anthem to Life

We talked to Amanda Palmer about the jarring and powerful new music video for her #MeToo anthem, “Mr. Weinstein Will See You Now.”

The Transformative Power of Women’s Anger

In her new book, “Rage Becomes Her,” writer and activist Soraya Chemaly explores our culture’s discomfort with women’s anger—and calls on women to defiantly express it anyway.

The Ms. Q&A: Why Lingua Franca Founder Rachelle Hruska MacPherson Wants You to Buy a Resistance Sweater

Witty, light-hearted and often politically-charged, Lingua Franca sweaters took off in the wake of Trump’s election—proclaiming “time’s up,” “power to the people” and even “I miss Barack.” We talked to its founder about mixing feminism with fashion, finding consumers who care and which sweater she’s been sporting these days.

Ms. Muse: Jessica Helen Lopez on Writing like a Xingona, Poetry as Medicine and the True Honey of Freedom

In this month’s installment, Jessica Helen Lopez—two-time Women of the World City of Albuquerque Champion and former Albuquerque Poet Laureate Emeritus and Poet-In-Residence for the Albuquerque Museum of Art and History—shares a new poem and talks to Ms. about jumping out of the shower to write, reclamation and thriving between languages.

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