With even more young voters expected to turn out this year, college campuses are set to become a political battleground in the 2020 elections.
An abortion provider’s legal victory sends a message to extremists who use lawsuits to harass and intimidate.
The EEOC blocked collection of gender income data for being “burdensome” for businesses.
High school students in Southern California are answering the call to action and taking on the U.N.’s Sustainable Development Goals.
Congress finally guaranteed paid leave to federal workers when they have a new baby or adopt or foster a child.
The complex circumstances of the suffrage fight are difficult to disentangle and judge fairly; Ellen Carol DuBois, an academic trailblazer in women’s history, brings vast knowledge and insight to the task in “Suffrage: Women’s Long Battle for the Vote.”
As the high-stakes elections of 2020 take shape and the Equal Rights Amendment nears final ratification, women voters will be the key to securing women’s rights.
2020 is going to be an exciting and impactful year for the feminist movement. And the winter issue of Ms. is a must-read to be sure you’re informed and ready to fight back in the year ahead.