Jobs, Jobs, Jobs
Old Tactics, New South
Perp Walk for the Pope?
Women as Cargo
When Violence Is the Norm
All Guts, No Glory |
By Molly M. Ginty
It's high time for the U.S. military to support and protect women in combat.
Giving Birth to Progress | By Isobel Coleman and Gayle Tzemach Lemmon
The newly trained midwives of Afghanistan protect women from something more deadly than bombs or bullets: unsafe maternity.
Making Change | By Amanda Robb
For Anika Rahman, raising funds to end inequality fuels her leadership of the Ms. Foundation for Women.
If the Clothes Fit | By Minh-Ha T. Pham
If feminists ignore fashion, we cede our power to influence it. Better to harness it for our own political purposes, as our foremothers did.
Rips in the Safety Net | By Martha Burk
Frances Perkins would be furious about attacks on Social Security.
Ms. Goes Back to School | By Karon Jolna
As the magazine approaches 40, it's talking "digital" to the 21st century feminist classroom.
Birth Control for Men? | By Jessica Mack
The half-century quest for male contraception may finally pay off.
Letter to a Young Poet | By Ntozake Shange
In this poem from her memoir, the author of for colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf conjures everything from James Brown to land mines in Fallujah.
Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor on Anita Hill's Reimagining Equality: Stories of Gender, Race, and Finding Home
Jessica Stites on Alice Hoffman's The Dovekeepers
Paula Kamen on Ha Jin's Nanjing Requiem
Nada L. Stotland on Olga R. Trujillo's The Sum of My Parts: A Survivor's Story of Dissociative Identity Disorder
Susan McHenry on Amy Alexander's Uncovering Race: A Black Journalist's Story of Reporting and Reinvention
Great reads for Fall 2011
Feminist films available for
Bella, Coretta, Shirley... | BY DONNA BRAZILE
What I've gained from mentors I've gladly paid forward
In 2012, Go Forth and Mentor! | By Donna Brazile