As the high-stakes elections of 2020 take shape and the Equal Rights Amendment nears final ratification, women voters will be the key to securing women’s rights.
2020 is going to be an exciting and impactful year for the feminist movement. And the winter issue of Ms. is a must-read to be sure you’re informed and ready to fight back in the year ahead.
Ms. intends to ensure that feminists’ views on the ERA and on the problems facing the country and the nation’s political leadership are not side-lined. We can only meet these and other challenges that lie ahead in 2020 with your support,
Ms. intends to ensure that feminist views on solutions to the problems facing the country are not side-lined in 2020. But we can’t do it without you.
For almost 50 years, Ms. has been reporting, rebelling and truth-telling the stories of women’s lives. To lay the foundation for another historic 50 years, we are inviting you to join the Ms. Legacy Circle.
Too many questions of concern to women and feminists go unasked at presidential debates. In advance of tonight’s presidential debate, we have some suggestions for the moderators.
On November 13, the House Judiciary Committee passed H.J. Res 79, a resolution that would remove the arbitrary time limit for the ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment.
Many consider political polarization—the vast gap between Republicans and Democrats—to be a defining and ever-growing feature of American politics today. But an experiment called “America in One Room” set out to discover just how rigid and vast that gap is. Turns out: It’s not as solid or as wide as you may think.
Conservative pundits and Republican officials predicted that Democrats who took a stand against the Supreme Court nominee would be punished at the polls. This take is dramatically flawed—and we have the polling to show it.
The fall issue of Ms. is a must-read. Here’s a glimpse inside.