Central American women fleeing domestic violence are hardly a national security threat, yet these terrified women have borne the brunt of some of the harshest border policies enacted—all in the name of “keeping America safe.”
Looking for a summer read? We recommend these 10 books featured in our Summer 2017 issue.
An Afghan American who has worked as an independent volunteer at the Moria Refugee Camp on the Greek island of Lesbos, Wardak gives her firsthand account of what women and children face while there.
The youngest MP in 350 years, Mhairi Black is making a name for herself as a leader on the left.
With the recent cruel attempts to slash programs to aid the poor, disabled and elderly, we should all embrace Rosa DeLauro’s blueprint.
How would Trump’s grand scheme do harm? Let us count the ways.
Trumpcare leaves 23 million more people uninsured and slashes $834 billion from Medicaid, rewarding the wealthy while penalizing low-income women.
More than 30 years after its original publishing, as our own government systematically strips rights from women, we revisit Margaret Atwood’s vision in The Handmaid’s Tale. We heed her warning.
In Nevada, the November 2016 elections set the stage for the state’s groundbreaking vote for equality.
The Summer issue of Ms. spotlights the challenges women are facing worldwide—and how they’re harnessing their power, in politics and in the streets, to fight for their communities and their own lives. Across states and nations, we are persisting.