Past Events from February 9, 2023 – April 27, 2023 – Ms. Magazine

Ms. is keeping track of feminist events—both in person across the U.S., and virtual—through our new feminist events calendar! Submit your event here to be included. 




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National Museum of African American History and Culture 123 Main Street, Washington, DC, United States

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CETA and the Feminist Art Movement

City Lore

From 1974 to 1981, more than 10,000 artists, actors, writers and musicians were employed under the federally funded Comprehensive Employment and Training Act (CETA). An additional 10,x000 arts support jobs (museum curators, program directors, docents and guards; theatre technicians, lighting and costume designers; arts administrators and office staff) were funded. CETA especially benefited women and […]


Women, Peace & Security

A Conversation with Valerie M. Hudson in recognition of International Women’s Day Can the security of women predict the security of states and the likelihood of conflict and war? Yes, indeed. The prevalence of institutionalized gender-based violence and other deterrents to women’s well-being and their overall status in society correspond significantly to state and global […]


Black Feminist Futures Series: Planting for the Future

National Museum of African American History and Culture 1400 Constitution Ave. NW, Washington, DC, United States

Join us for Planting for the Future, a virtual conversation on Black women’s participation in Afrofuturism through literature, film, art, fashion, and community organizing. The program features Dr. Andrea Hairston (author of Master of Poisons), Sheree Renee Thomas (author of Nine Bar Blues), Tananarive Due (author of The Between: A Novel), and Tanaya Denise Fields […]


BWLN Symposium: Women’s Rights and Backsliding Democracies

Kimmel Center for University Life, 10th Fl, Rosenthal Pavilion 60 Washington Square S, New York City, New York, United States

The United States was designated a backsliding democracy in late 2021, when it appeared on a prominent European think tank’s annual global ranking. Today, half of the world’s democratic governments are on the decline according to a 2022 report, The Global State of Democracy. Around the same time the U.S. made its debut on the […]

50 Years of Ms.: The Pathfinding Magazine that Ignited a Revolution

Roosevelt House 47-49 E. 65th St., New York City, New York, United States

Founded in 1972, feminist bible Ms. demonstrated the untapped potential for news and analysis on women. The panel will discuss feminism's past 50 years of struggle and provide a roadmap tor the future. Attendees will receive a copy of the Ms. 50th Anniversary special issue and can sign up tor a free Ms. membership. Panelists […]