Love the Cover? Get the Poster!

We’ve got good news for the folks who loved the most recent issue of Ms., which profiles the feminists who won seats in Congress and state offices across the country. We’re printing posters of our commemorative cover, featuring all of the feminists now serving in the House alongside Speaker Pelosi—and you can snag one today by becoming a Ms. sustaining member!

Become a Ms. Sustaining Member today and you’ll get our Special Inauguration Issue and a poster of our commemorative cover.

Become a Ms. sustaining member today and you’ll receive a year of Ms., including a copy of the Special Election Issue, and a limited-edition poster. (To thank you for your support, we’ll also print your name in the Spring issue!)

Among the ranks of the new women taking their place in Washington, D.C., are social workers, teachers, military officers and veterans, judges, lawyers and refugees; experts on the homeless crisis, early childhood education and human trafficking; and a mother who lost her teenage son to gun violence. Historic breakthroughs also define the newest incoming class of women, which includes the youngest women to ever serve in Congress, the first Native American and Muslim women to be sworn into Congress, the first black congresswomen from New England states and the first Latinas to ever represent Texas in Congress.

The presence of more women in Congress and in state offices nationwide will have important impacts on policy debates. The new feminists in town will bring much-needed perspectives and ideas to the ensuing battles over health care, reproductive rights, gun reform, immigration, the environment, voting rights, sexual harassment and assault, LGBTQ rights, military spending and foreign policy—and to the fight for women’s equality.

Join us in celebrating the victories of feminist candidates from across the country. Become a Ms. sustaining member today.

About

Katherine Spillar is the Executive Editor of Ms., where she oversees editorial content and the Ms. Classroom program. Kathy also speaks to diverse audiences nationwide on a broad range of domestic and international feminist topics and appears frequently on television and radio. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Urban Studies from TCU and an Interdisciplinary Master’s of Science degree from Trinity University.