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 communities 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: Memorabilia of the suffragist movement

-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.

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host, The Rosie O'Donnell Show

When my kids were younger they watched a lot of Sesame Street. Now theyve moved on to Blue's Clues. They enjoy Disney animated musical's — old and new, from The Jungle Book to Tarzan. They love Scooby-Doo. When I need to get them to go to sleep, we watch Spot, which has a calming effect. Sometimes the kids will get in the mood to watch real movies so we put in My Dog Skip, E.T., The Wizard of Oz, or The Sound of Music.

Age 5 (Rosie ODonnell s son)

I used to watch Blues Clues, but now that I'm five I like The Grinch. The Grinch is funny and green and that's my favorite color. Mom says no to any movies with guns. She doesn't like guns. Only police should have guns.