WATCH: These Abortion Stories Show What’s at Stake with Kavanaugh’s Nomination

Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court leaves much hanging in the balance, including the 1973 decision in Roe v. Wade. In a new video, women from across the country testify to what’s at stake—with their own stories of the debilitating barriers that people face when trying to access abortion care and what it was like before abortion was legal nationwide.

What the Stories of the “Broadcast 41” Reveal About the #MeToo Movement

In the late 1940s, the Cold War closed in around a small but potentially powerful cohort of successful women in film and broadcasting, and a conservative backlash began to take shape. As a new backlash coalesces in response to the #MeToo movement, their stories tell us much about repression, resistance and resilience.

How Can Love Trump Hate? Ask bell hooks.

bell hooks’ “All About Love” speaks to the erosion of the promise of American ideals—already apparent nearly two decades ago—and how a politics of love might reverse it.

Creating Safe Spaces for Girls in Rural Niger

Seventy-six percent of girls in Niger are married before the age of 18.  Only 14 percent are enrolled in secondary school. Together, these two stark statistics shed immense light on the conditions shaping the lives of girls in the nation—and provide a blueprint for how to empower them.

Why Lisa Graves is Calling for Brett Kavanaugh’s Impeachment

Newly released documents show that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh lied under oath when he claimed that he never received stolen materials from a GOP operative. Lisa Graves is quite familiar with the documents in question—because she wrote some of them. And she’s calling for his impeachment.

Empowering Girls to Recognize Their Boundless Brilliance

What do you do when you’re faced with the knowledge that even young children have internalized the kinds of sexist notions that hold girls back? If you’re Audrey Shawley, you roll up your sleeves, grab your female friends and get to work smashing those preconceptions.

Covering the High-Stakes Fight for the Supreme Court

In our fall issue, award-winning author Amanda Hollis-Brusky takes stock not just of the threat Brett Kavanaugh poses, but of the efforts by Trump to stack the federal courts, at every level, with nominees just like him.

Ms. Urgent Report: This Fight is Bigger Than Kavanaugh

What’s at stake is bigger than an appointment to the Supreme Court—it’s the intentional and calculated remaking of the federal judiciary to reflect the views of a powerful elite minority in this country.

The Ms. Q&A: Brooke Baldwin is Telling the Stories of American Women Running for Office

Ahead of the premiere of the second installment of her “American Woman” series, CNN’s Brooke Baldwin talked to Ms. about the importance of equal representation, telling women’s stories and following the advice of Gloria Steinem.

The Supremacist Court? What Brett Kavanaugh’s Confirmation Could Mean for Communities of Color

Lost in the ongoing uproar against Kavanaugh’s nomination are a slew of cases winding their way up to the Supreme Court that will have enormous impacts on communities of color.

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