You’ve seen the other “most anticipated books for 2022” lists, now read this one… you know, for the rest of us!
I hope you can find some nuggets of reading joy here and that they set your new year up right!
Each year, I choose my favorite books of the year for Ms. Magazine. Here are my top 50 Reads for the Rest of Us for 2021.
With In Good Relation: History, Gender, and Kinship in Indigenous Feminisms, editors Sarah Nickel (Tk’emlúpsemc, Ukrainian, French Canadian) and Amanda Fehr (white settler) have compiled...
After decimating the state’s wolves, conservatives are targeting the iconic birds Last February Wisconsin’s Republican legislators made national headlines when they approved a hunt that...
The Feminist Know-It-All: You know her. You can’t stand her. Good thing she’s not here! Instead, this column by gender and women’s studies librarian Karla Strand will amplify stories of...
Poet Andrea Gibson is not feeling gloomy right now—in fact, in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic and a cancer diagnosis, they are feeling hope, gratitude, connectedness, peace and an immeasurable amount of love.
Congress must act quickly to pass the infrastructure bill with the maximum funding for home and community-based services.
Indigenous women and two-spirit individuals are looking to hold President Joe Biden accountable for promises made and broken.
In an interview with Ms., Sen. Elizabeth Warren talks her new children’s book, the importance of connecting with youth and the future of feminism.