Ms. Magazine
The Activist Issue
Keeping the Flame Alive
Take inspiration from the lives and work of six women whose passion for justice and commitment to their communiities make the world a better place for all.
- Kitchen Table Candidate: Winona LaDuke
-Speak Truth to Power: Kek Galabru, Wangari Maathai, Senal Sarihan, Maria Teresa Tula
- Street Fighting Woman: Cheri Honkala
- Mementos of a Movement: Coline Jenkins-Sahlin

-Word: Bush

Honey, Disney Shrunk the Kids
What's in your child's VCR these days? We asked progressive parents and their kids what they watch. The answers might surprise you.
Dorothy Roberts talks about reproductive rights in black and white.
Women and Venture Capital: Women vie for a place in the world of high-tech venture capital.

Work Notes: Grrl power to Scotland ASAP and more
Editor's Page: Making Mischief

Ms News

TECHNO.FEM: Digital Divide

-Guess Who's Coming to Dinner Now?, by Angela Dillard
- Toy Guns, by Lisa Norris
- Boy Still Missing, by John Searles
- Nickel and Dimed, by Barbara Ehrenreich
- Women and Popular Music, by Sheila Whiteley

-First Person: Give Me Shelter
-Columns: Daisy Hernandez, Patricia Smith and Gloria Steinem
Call for Woman of the Year
Tell us who you think should be recognized in this special issue.

Excerpt from our
Activism Issue:
Winona LaDuke, Kitchen Table Candidate
She ran for the vice presidency, had a baby, managed several businesses and a household of five children, and appeared on the Honor the Earth tour. And that's just what happened last year in the life of Winona La Duke. MORE>>
Essay by Jennifer Baumgardner

Photographs by Keri Pickett

"Honey, Disney
Shrunk the Kids!"

What are progressive parents and kids plugging into their VCRs? You might be surprised to find out that most of the kids we talked to pretty much agreed with their parents. Maybe it's a feminist thing. MORE>>
By Carolyn Mackler
Images by Adrienne Yan

Race and Reproduction
"There is a prevalent believe that poor black women having children is the cause of America's problems."
Dorothy Roberts gets real about black women and the lack of reproductive choice. MORE>>
Interview by Moira Brennan


Nominate a trailblazer, activist, leader, scholar, entrepreneur or just plain dynamic woman you admire. Ms. celebrates the return of our Women of the Year Award. MORE>>
You say that Bush is our president? I say bush is something I have between my legs.
Making Mischief : A letter from Ms. editor-in-chief Marcia Gillespie.