Tell Us Your Women’s March Story!

Feeling fired up after the Women’s March? Join the Feminist Alert Network to remain involved in the movement—and to keep marching on with us toward equality!

Ms. was proud to participate in the Women’s Marches in Washington, D.C., Los Angeles and San Francisco—and we reported from marches across the U.S. and all around the world. Like you, we’re still fired up from the energy, enthusiasm and unity we found that day. That’s why our next issue will be a commemorative edition of Ms. about the historic Women’s Marches!

We know Ms. readers like you were at marches—in cities big and small, in rain and snow and sun and even around the world—and we want to feature your stories in our commemorative issue! Click here to tell us about your march experience.

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Submissions should be short—a sentence or two. We want to know why you marched, the moment from your march that has stuck with you and how you felt being part of feminist history. If you submit, your story may even appear on the Ms. blog or in the commemorative issue! When you’ve told us your story, you’ll also have a chance to subscribe to Ms. Snag a print or digital subscription to get the commemorative issue before it hits newsstands.

Tell us your march story today. We can’t wait to be inspired by it!




Carmen Rios is a self-proclaimed feminist superstar and the former digital editor at Ms. Her writing on queerness, gender, race and class has been published in print and online by outlets including BuzzFeed, Bitch, Bust, CityLab, DAME, ElixHER, Feministing, Feminist Formations, GirlBoss, GrokNation, MEL, Mic, the National Women’s History Museum, SIGNS and the Women’s Media Center; and she is a co-founder of Webby-nominated Argot Magazine. @carmenriosss|