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Ms. on Tour! The Feminist Struggle Ahead: Classes from ’50 YEARS OF Ms.’


Be part of us in a metropolis close to you to have fun our new anthology, 50 YEARS OF Ms., and ring within the subsequent 5 many years of feminism.

50 Years of Ms. shall be launched on Sept. 19, 2023; you possibly can pre-order your copy now.

We hope you’ll be part of us to have fun the extraordinary new anthology 50 YEARS OF Ms.: THE BEST OF THE PATHFINDING MAGAZINE THAT IGNITED A REVOLUTION (Knopf, Sept. 19, 2023)—a group of 5 many years of the journal’s most startling, audacious and norm-breaking items.

In a starred evaluation, Booklist praised it as “thoughtfully curated and zestful,” noting that Ms. “continues to steer within the lengthy battle for gender equality, a vital ingredient in a thriving democracy.” 

As a result of this e book is as a lot a mirrored image of the previous 50 years as it’s a roadmap for the trail ahead, we’re thrilled to leverage its launch to have interaction in conversations with motion leaders across the nation. Collectively we’ll discover what the way forward for feminism and its journalism calls for: imaginative and prescient that’s daring, imaginative and collaborative.

Many thanks for being a loyal Ms. reader. We hope to see you quickly!

The checklist of occasions under is organized by metropolis and area—with a number of occasions in some instances.

This publish shall be up to date as we add extra tour dates and streaming alternatives.

TUNE IN AT HOME

Sunday, Sept. 17: CBS SUNDAY MORNING

Don’t miss our particular characteristic on CBS’s morning staple!

Discover a solution to watch right here.

Tuesday, Nov. 7: 92Y NEWMARK CIVIC LIFE SERIES (digital)

with Ms. government director of partnerships and technique Jennifer Weiss-Wolf, NYU Regulation’s Melissa Murray, Democracy Alliance president Pamela Shifman, and Gen-Z abortion rights activist Olivia Julianna.

RSVP right here.

NEW YORK CITY

Monday, Sept. 18: ROOSEVELT HOUSE PUBLIC POLICY INSTITUTE AT HUNTER COLLEGE

with former U.S. Rep Carolyn Maloney, Ms. government editor Katherine Spillar and Ms. writer and Feminist Majority Basis president Eleanor Smeal, ERA Coalition president Zakiya Thomas, Columbia Regulation Faculty Equal Rights Mission director Ting Ting Cheng, outstanding journalist Carol Jenkins and Sign4ERA petition chief Bella Ramirez.

RSVP right here.

Monday, Sept. 18: MCNALLY JACKSON (Seaport)

with Ms. government editor Katherine Spillar, Ms. managing editor Camille Hahn and Ms. contributors Brittney Cooper and Premilla Nadesen.

RSVP right here.

Wednesday, Sept. 20: CENTER FOR BROOKLYN HISTORY, BROOKLYN PUBLIC LIBRARY

with Ms. government director of partnerships and technique Jennifer Weiss-Wolf, Ms. Basis chief development officer Ruth MacFarlane, creator Irin Carmon and Women for Gender Fairness founder Joanne Smith.

RSVP right here.

Monday, Dec. 4: TEMPLE EMANU-EL STREICKER CULTURAL CENTER

with Ms. government director of partnerships and technique Jennifer Weiss-Wolf and extra audio system to return.

RSVP right here.

WASHINGTON, D.C.

Friday, Sept. 22: POLITICS AND PROSE BOOKSTORE

with Ms. government editor Katherine Spillar, Ms. Studios government producer Michele Goodwin and professor and creator Dorothy Roberts.

Extra data right here.

Tuesday, Sept. 26: The Ladies’s Bar Affiliation of the District of Columbia

with Ms. government editor Katherine Spillar, Ms. Studios government producer Michele Goodwin, United States District Decide Ana C. Reyes, Georgetown Regulation professor Victoria Nourse, Nationwide Ladies’s Regulation Middle director of office equality Gaylynn Burroughs and Bracewell LLP associate Dee Martin.

RSVP right here.

AUSTIN

Friday, Sept. 22: TEXAS TRIBUNE FESTIVAL

that includes labor and civil rights chief Dolores Huerta in dialog with historian Douglas Brinkley.

RSVP right here for the dialog. RSVP right here for a e book signing with Dolores.

NEW ENGLAND

Tuesday, Sept. 26: ATHENA BOOKS (Greenwich, Conn.)

with Ms. government director of partnerships and technique Jennifer Weiss-Wolf, Ms. contributor Gina Barreca, New York Instances nationwide correspondent Kate Zernike and political advisor Jen Palmieri.

RSVP right here.

Wednesday, Sept. 27: ODYSSEY BOOKSHOP (South Hadley, Mass.)

with Ms. contributing editor Carrie N. Baker and Ms. contributors Lenore Palladino and Jackson Katz.

RSVP right here.

Thursday, Sept 28: SMITH COLLEGE (Northampton, Mass.)

with Ms. contributing editor Carrie N. Baker, Ms. consulting digital editor Carmen Rios and Ms. contributors Janell Hobson, Jackson Katz and Loretta J. Ross.

RSVP right here.

Monday, Oct. 2: HARVARD BOOKSTORE AT CAMBRIDGE PUBLIC LIBRARY 

with Ms. contributing editor Carrie N. Baker, Ms. contributor Aziza Ahmed, Harvard Regulation Gender Violence Program founding director Diane Rosenfeld, MassNOW board chair Naitasia V. Hensey and actor and advocate Ashley Judd.

RSVP right here.

LOS ANGELES & SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

Tuesday, Oct. 3: CLAREMONT MCKENNA COLLEGE’S MARIAN MINER COOK ATHENAEUM

with Ms. government director of partnerships and technique Jennifer Weiss-Wolf, Ms. consulting digital editor Carmen Rios, Ms. Committee of Students member Linda Perkins and CMC professor Diana Selig.

Registration data to return.

Thursday, Oct. 5: THE HAMMER MUSEUM

with labor and civil rights chief Dolores Huerta, Ms. writer and Feminist Majority Basis president Eleanor Smeal, Ms. government editor Katherine Spillar, Ms. Studios government producer Michele Goodwin and Ms. consulting digital editor Carmen Rios.

RSVP right here.

Tuesday, Oct. 10: VROMAN’S BOOKSTORE

with Ms. consulting digital editor Carmen Rios, Ms. contributor Lisa Niver and Ms. Committee of Students member Nayereh Tohidi.

Extra data right here.

Sunday, Oct. 29: SKIRBALL CULTURAL CENTER 

with Ms. government editor Katherine Spillar, Ms. Studios government producer Michele Goodwin, labor and civil rights chief Dolores Huerta, Ms. consulting digital editor Carmen Rios, Futures With out Violence founder and president Esta Soler, Pandia Well being CEO and co-founder Sophia Yen, conceptual artist Michele Pred, NPR correspondent Renee Montagne, Academy Award-winning filmmaker Rayka Zehtabchi, Afghan social activist Crystal Bayat Rabbi Sari Laufer and extra audio system to return.

RSVP right here.

SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA 

Tuesday, Oct. 10: MRS. DALLOWAY’S BOOKSTORE (Berkeley)

with Ms. government editor Katherine Spillar, Ms. managing editor Camille Hahn and Ms. Committee of Students member Nicole Guidotti-Hernandez.

RSVP right here.

Wednesday, Oct. 11: BOOK PASSAGE (Corte Madera)

with Ms. government editor Katherine Spillar, Ms. managing editor Camille Hahn and Ms. contributors Martha Mendoza and activist bookseller Carol Seajay.

Extra data right here.

Monday, Nov. 27: COMMONWEALTH CLUB (San Francisco)

with Ms. government editor Katherine Spillar, Pandia Well being CEO and co-founder Sophia Yen and extra audio system to return.

Registration data to return.

CHICAGO

Saturday, Oct. 14: JOURNALISM & WOMEN SYMPOSIUM (JAWS) CAMP

with Ms. government editor Katherine Spillar, Ms. Studios government producer Michele Goodwin and The nineteenth story editor Karen Hawkins.

RSVP right here.

Tuesday, Oct. 17: WOMEN & CHILDREN FIRST BOOKSTORE

with Ms. government editor Katherine Spillar, advocate Tina Tchen and the Honorable Carol Moseley Braun.

Extra data right here.

BALTIMORE

Thursday, Oct. 26: THE IVY BOOKSHOP

with Ms. government editor Katherine Spillar, Ms. contributor Jennifer Williams and Ms. Committee of Students member Bonnie Stabile.

Registration data to return.

ATLANTA

Thursday, Dec. 7: MARGARET MITCHELL HOUSE MUSEUM

Extra data to return.

Friday, Dec. 8: CHARIS BOOKS & MORE (Decatur)

Extra data to return.


50 YEARS OF Ms. is a outstanding assortment—5 many years of the journal’s most startling, audacious, and norm-breaking items. Edited by Ms. government editor Katherine Spillar, the e book is stuffed with iconic covers, images and letters to Ms., it encompasses a foreword from Gloria Steinem, introduction by Katherine Spillar and Ms. writer Eleanor Smeal, and contributions by bell hooks, Alice Walker, Pauli Murray, Smeal, Billie Jean King, Eleanor Holmes Norton, Allison Bechdel, Brittney Cooper, Pleasure Harjo, Toni Morrison, Audre Lorde, Adrienne Wealthy, Rita Dove and plenty of extra.

We are able to’t wait to share this outstanding anthology with you.

If you happen to’re planning to order a duplicate, for your self or the favourite feminist in your life, please accomplish that right this moment by clicking right here. (One factor we’ve discovered on this e book journey: Pre-sales are very important for a e book’s success!)

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