In the latest issue of Ms., we feature stories and photos from marches around the world. We also chart the marches out by state and country to show the massive mobilization that the world witnessed on January 21—and ensure that we remember it, and remain inspired by it, for years to come.
We persist. Why not say it proudly?
Subscribe to Ms. by February 20 to receive our Women’s March commemorative issue and join us in the fight ahead.
These Ms. readers and community members opened up to us about what theyre fighting for at the Womens March,. Why are you marching today?
In our Winter issue, we take a look back at the election and take stock of what’s at stake under a Trump administration—and where we go from here.
Ms. and the Library Foundation of Los Angeles are hosting a conversation on poverty, the future of feminism and how women’s stories can fuel progress.
The poem “Can Santa Be Black?” by B.J. Wrights originally appeared in the December 1984 issue of Ms. In the true spirit of the season—one of hope, not fear; one of togetherness, not division; one of love, not hate—we wanted to republish it.
As we prepare to enter into a new year and a new presidential administration, we must fight on—but we need your help.
We’ve been rebelling and truth-telling for 44 years, and we don’t plan to stop now. Ms. is more important than ever. That’s why we’re dedicating not only our fall, but our winter issue as well, to the fight ahead for equality and justice.