Q&A: Meet the Vinyl Club Resisting Patriarchy One Record at a Time

The Chulita Vinyl Club is a three-year-old multi-city collective centering women of color—and celebrating their culture as an act of resistance.

Looking Back, Moving Forward

Molly Murphy MacGregor was a 26-year-old high school history teacher in 1972 when a male student asked her a question that would change the course of her life: “What is the women’s movement?”

It’s Not Too Late to Give the Gift of Support and Solidarity

We started the Ms. Magazine Prison and Domestic Violence Shelter Program to let women in prison know they are seen and valued, and that feminists remember them and are fighting for them and alongside them.

Not Going Back: Drawing a Line in the Sand to Defend Our Rights

Make no mistake: Republicans intend to dismantle the policies that have allowed women and other communities to have a chance at opportunity, advancement and economic stability.

Where Water Means Life

For some women protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline, protecting the water supply isn’t only about environmental justice—it’s about reproductive justice as well.

The Condom Campaign

For two years, Alba Alvarado Sandoval fought to bring safe sex to her Northern California high school—and she succeeded.

At Women’s Colleges, the Fight Goes On

The community at Wellesley, and communities at women’s colleges like it, did not rest in defeat after the election. Instead, they fought on.

NEWSFLASH: Thousands of Workers Join First Nationwide Strike Since the Election

Thousands of workers in 340 cities nationwide participated in Fight for 15’s twelfth one-day strike on Tuesday.

Black Friday in the Era of Trump

Black Friday has become synonymous with violence and disconnected consumerism. In the wake of a Trump presidency, let’s use Black Friday to stake our claim to higher values.

The Dream Will Never Die

Thoughts from feminist leaders, public figures and activists on the election and where we go from here.