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.

The Ms. Q&A: Sarah McBride Knows Tomorrow Will Be Different

We have transformed impossibilities into possibility into reality. We have seen that change is possible. If we’ve done it before, that means we can do it again.

The Ms. Q&A: Jaha Dukureh’s Fight to End FGM Isn’t Over Yet

Jaha Dukureh became a revolutionary when she was forced into marriage at 15—and learned that she had undergone the most severe form of female genital mutilation when she was only a week old. Ms. talked to the 2018 Nobel Peace Prize nominee about her pioneering work, her motivation and what’s next.

The Ms. Q&A: Brittney Cooper on Grown Women, Sex-Positive Sermons and Eloquent Rage

We spoke to black feminist public scholar Brittney Cooper about her new book, Eloquent Rage—and feminism, antiracism, Black Lives Matter, the Black Church, Beyoncé and Hillary Clinton.

The Ms. Q&A: Akwaeke Emezi on Freshwaterand Finding Home

Ms. talked to Emezi about her commitment to Igbo ontology and truth-telling, metaphors versus alternate realities and her debut novel.

The Ms. Q&A: Ai-jen Poo on Being Part of the Feminist Golden Globes Takeover

“There are so many groups of women who were represented on the red carpet who have been historically and systematically excluded from recognition in so many ways, and they need to be at the center of our solutions.”

The Ms. Q&A: Feminist Artist Carolee Schneeman Looks Backward and Forward

“It’s kind of like I did that, I’ve been there. I no longer need to depict the daily physicality, but I still need to make something that I’ve never seen before.”

The Ms. Q&A: How Poet Marwa Helal Uses Poetry as Preservation

“I want readers to viscerally feel through my work how deeply I believe our identities are inextricably intertwined and that we have a responsibility to ourselves and each other to work harder and to do better in this life.”

CNN’s Brooke Baldwin Wants to Tell the Story of the American Woman

In a new CNN series, Brooke Baldwin tells the stories of eight game-changing women who have shattered glass ceilings and stereotypes.

Anonymous Feminist Street Artist Bambi Isn’t Backing Down

In this tumultuous political era, the British-based Bambi is not sitting quiet.

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