It’s Pink Friday in the Feminist Store! (Like Black Friday, only you don’t have to leave your house, wait in line or support a massive corporation in order to finish all of your shopping.) Here’s a sampling of what’s on sale all weekend long—including Ms. memberships, feminist tees and a community of feminist finger puppets.
Changing our daily actions isn’t enough—but today (and everyday), you can join our movement to spread non-toxic love. Here are ten ways to start.
In spite of a year of natural disturbances and disasters, deepening political divides and disappointments and worsening humanitarian crises in so many parts of the world, I strive to find at least three specific reasons to give gratitude each day. This year, I am adding three organizations to that list.
This year, I’m committing to our collective liberation.
These books will keep the feminists on your list busy and inspired in the new year—and may even help them change their communities and the world.
Give the feminist gift that never stops giving—and keeps independent feminist media going. Give the gift of Ms.
It’s never too early to start reading to kids, or to kick off a consciousness-raising session with them—and these feminist children’s books make it easier than ever to do both.
There’s no truth without Ruth—and there’s no reason why you shouldn’t spend the season spreading her spirit of feminist righteousness!
The poem “Can Santa Be Black?” by B.J. Wrights originally appeared in the December 1984 issue of Ms. In the true spirit of the season—one of hope, not fear; one of togetherness, not division; one of love, not hate—we wanted to republish it.
I concur with Sasha Stone that Carol is “one of the most important films of the year.” Its gaze is one worth returning.