The most recent string of reports from the border demand our attention—and our action.
Whether you give, become involved locally as a volunteer or advocate or even sign up to be a clinic defender, you can make a difference by connecting with these groups.
We’re re-launching the legendary #WeHadAbortions campaign. Join us in demanding safe, legal abortion access—for everyone, in every state.
Notably absent from recent headlines about the potential withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan is talk of the dangerous consequences such a decision could have for women and girls in the region—and the lack of women’s representation in the ongoing “peace talks” between the Trump administration and leaders of the Taliban.
Legislation to re-authorize and expand the Violence Against Women Act passed in the House last Friday—but the future of the groundbreaking law remains uncertain in the face of NRA opposition and partisan divides in Congress.
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.
Systemic failure creates more victims and empowers the perpetrators. That’s why Title IX protections around campus sexual assault must remain in place.
Over 15,000 women are protesting Summer’s Eve—claiming its products promote manipulative marketing, include toxic products and have poor ingredient disclosure.
We’ve launched a Ms. Marches Facebook group—a community space where our members and readers can learn more about marches, rallies and protests near them and meet up with other feminists there!
From mentorship to random acts of (feminist) kindness, these are just 10 ways to support—and empower—the women and young girls in your life.