Meet the amazing writers behind the reporting, rebelling and truth-telling in the Ms. Fall issue.
In our expanded Fall 2020 issue, we examine how the ongoing battle over voting rights will have an impact on the country’s ability to hold fair elections during a pandemic, as well as on the difference women will make as voters and candidates.
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For the first time in the last 20 years, girls outnumber boys and represent 60 percent of this year’s group of Regeneron Science Talent Search finalists.
“It is a major misconception that the lack of women of STEM is a result of girls not being interested in STEM. The truth is girls are rarely given the chance to be interested in STEM.”
Deanna Van Buren is co-founder, executive director and design director of Designing Justice + Designing Spaces, an Oakland-based architecture and real estate development nonprofit working to end mass incarceration by building infrastructure that redefines the entire criminal justice pipeline.
“There’s an entire infrastructure for criminal justice; we could create an entire infrastructure for restorative justice.”
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We asked Ms. readers to share stories of how their communities are coming together during the COVID-19 pandemic, and as this global health crisis has worsened, we’ve been overwhelmed by stories of generosity and kindness from our readers. We’ve rounded up a few of our favorites.
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We’re still reeling from the tragedy—the increasing number of cases of COVID-19, the increasing number of deaths, the increasing anxiety and feelings of helplessness. By the time you read this, the numbers of sick and dying will only be greater and the losses more tragic. These are difficult times for us all. And yet, we continue.
We were at work on our latest issue of Ms. magazine when the world changed suddenly. As we go to print, we’re still reeling from the tragedy—the increasing numbers of people sickened by the disease, the increasing numbers of deaths, the increasing anxiety and feelings of helplessness. And yet, we continue.