Keeping Score: Getting Feminists Back in the White House

In this week’s Keeping Score: a record-breaking number of women elected to state and federal office; Dr. Jill Biden will be the only first lady to simultaneously hold a paid job; Lucille Bridges passes, years after escorting her daughter to integrate an all-white school; Joe Biden champions access to universal childcare and preschool; Harry Styles makes history in a ballgown on the cover of Vogue; New Mexico will send three women of color as its House delegation in 2021; and more.

Keeping Score: Holding Trump “Accountable” for Our Country’s “Deep Divide”

In every issue of Ms., we track research on our progress in the fight for equality, catalogue can’t-miss quotes from feminist voices and keep tabs on the feminist movement’s many milestones. We’re Keeping Score online, too—in in this biweekly round-up.

This week: The country prepares for a stressful Election Day; The Senate confirms Amy Coney Barrett; Republicans kick up a fuss about the clothes AOC wears; Poland tightens already intense abortion restrictions; and more.

Keeping Score: Cracking Down on QAnon; Savannah Guthrie Holds Trump Accountable

In every issue of Ms., we track research on our progress in the fight for equality, catalogue can’t-miss quotes from feminist voices and keep tabs on the feminist movement’s many milestones. We’re Keeping Score online, too—in in this biweekly round-up.

This week: authors speak out in support of trans rights; the four year anniversary of Colin Kaepernick’s famous protest; Ben Sasse breaks with Trump; Megan Thee Stallion demands, “Protect Black women”; mourning the loss of Monica Roberts; the first openly gay state SCOTUS judge; social media giants crack down on QAnon content; honoring health care workers who have died; Jaime Harrison shatters fundrasing records; Women’s March; record-high support for the ACA; and more!

Keeping Score: Vote Like Your Life Depends On It

In every issue of Ms., we track research on our progress in the fight for equality, catalogue can’t-miss quotes from feminist voices and keep tabs on the feminist movement’s many milestones. We’re Keeping Score online, too—in in this biweekly round-up.

This week: The House votes to condemn forced sterilization; The Navajo Nation’s record-high COVID rates; Mike Bloomberg pays court fines of Florida voters with felonies; Snapchat registers 750,000 voters; Harvey Weinstein’s six additional survivors; gay men launch an attack against the #ProudBoys; 66% of Americans don’t want Roe overturned; ICE custody death count hits record high; and more.

Keeping Score: Calls to Investigate ICE; Climate Clock Issues Warning; RBG Still Trailblazing

In every issue of Ms., we track research on our progress in the fight for equality, catalogue can’t-miss quotes from feminist voices and keep tabs on the feminist movement’s many milestones. We’re Keeping Score online, too—in in this biweekly round-up.

This week: Trump intentionally downplayed the coronavirus; the West Coast is on fire; Breonna Taylor’s family receives $12 million from settlement; Alexis Ohanian calls for expanded paternity leave; women in Paris fight back against misogyny; women make up the 22% of board seats at the biggest publicly-traded companies, an all time high; the Black Girl Freedom Fund seeks to invest $1 Billion in young Black women; the majority of Americans say that their country is racist; Black women are unemployed at 27%; women in Trump’s white house make 69 cents for every dollar a male staffer makes; and more.

Keeping Score: “Mr. President, It’s You Who Have Created the Hate and Division”

In every issue of Ms., we track research on our progress in the fight for equality, catalogue can’t-miss quotes from feminist voices and keep tabs on the feminist movement’s many milestones. We’re Keeping Score online, too—in in this biweekly round-up.

This week: the WNBA and Naomi Osaka honor Breonna Taylor; Trump encourages violence; remembering Chadwick Boseman, “a true class act”; Black Kenosha reporter resigns in protest; Keke Palmer is the first Black woman to host the VMAs; the Anti-Racism in Public Health Act; a win for Afghan women; a growing number of employers encourage poll workers; Buffy Wicks votes with her baby; a bill would require greater racial diversity of corporate boards in California; a (questionable) suffrage statue in Central Park; child marriage in the U.S. continues; what do Americans think of nonviolent protests?; women-owned small businesses not faring well in COVID; college students’ voting patterns; and more.

Keeping Score: Why Are Women More Likely Than Men To Wear Masks in Public?

In every issue of Ms., we track research on our progress in the fight for equality, catalogue can’t-miss quotes from feminist voices and keep tabs on the feminist movement’s many milestones. We’re Keeping Score online, too—in in this biweekly round-up.

This week: The Reclaim Her Name Collection is republishing 25 novels originally written by women under male pen names; Karine Jean-Pierre becomes the first Black person and first out lesbian to serve as VP chief of staff; companies provide “period leave” to menstruating employees; the Susan B. Anthony Museum rejects Trump’s pardon; the Golden State Killer is sentenced to life in prison; a record number of women (especially Black women) are running for Congress; the rich are getting richer and the poor are getting poorer; and more.

Keeping Score: 35% of Women Cannot Survive Without $600 Unemployment Aid

In every issue of Ms., we track research on our progress in the fight for equality, catalogue can’t-miss quotes from feminist voices and keep tabs on the feminist movement’s many milestones. We’re Keeping Score online, too—in in this biweekly round-up.

This week: Kamala Harris has become the second Democratic woman to become a vice presidential nominee; the late John Lewis challenges us to love; U.S. District Judge Esther Salas on the tragedy that left her son murdered; the Abortion is Health Care Everywhere Act of 2020, which would repeal the Helms Amendment, is introduced in Congress; 35 percent of women respondents report that they cannot survive a month without the federal $600 per week unemployment aid; and more.