The new BBC drama “Sitting in Limbo”—which premiered on June 8—sheds light on the 2018 Windrush Scandal in the U.K. Screenwriter Stephen Thompson reflects on how the racist targeting of black British people affected his family, as well as the show’s parallels to activist movements in the U.S.
Ms. talked to the “How to Be Famous” author about feminism, Trump and her “very sexual, but snack-based” self-care.
“Even if I am scared, or tired, or my whole body is tingling—you know, there’s work to be done.”
Kurtz spoke with Ms. about the women who inspire his work and his activism, paying it forward as a white, cis gay man and how he remains hopeful in the midst of political turmoil.
Palmer spoke with Ms. about conquering fear, learning her own power and the many ways in which motherhood hasn’t changed her.
We spoke to four-time bestselling author Dr. Brené Brown about the ways gender intersects with her work on boundaries, the vulnerability of the #MeToo movement and her favorite feminists.
“A vast majority of the book is about trying to hide and be white, or hide under my weaves. I’m trying to do all these different things. And now I think: What would it be like to be a revelation to myself?”
A lot has changed since Marion Ravenwood punched Indiana Jones. But not enough.
“I love when people give a damn and are invested in things, trivial and not. Ambivalence is boring.”
Gillian Anderson partnered with Jennifer Nadel to write “WE: A Manifesto for Women Everywhere.” We talked to them about the book, the movement and the X-Files.