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Ms. Classroom is here to equip the next generation of scholar-activists with the essential readings and resources they need to speak up, fight back and take action in the current social and political climate.

Ms. Classroom is opening its vaults! We’re introducing a NEW ALL-ACCESS, LOW-COST $29.99 student subscription, including:

  • The entire digital library of Ms. magazines, 2009–present
  • The “Best of Ms.” special issues
  • Article Index by topic

PLUS: NEW “Ms. Resource Guide: Reproductive Health, Rights and Justice” introduced by Loretta Ross and Carrie N. Baker.

Call for Submissions: Banned! Voices from the Classroom

Ms. Classroom wants to hear from educators and students being impacted by legislation attacking public and higher education, gender, race and sexuality studies, activism and social justice in education, and diversity, equity and inclusion programs.

What? A series of op-eds and personal reflections from those being impacted by recent U.S. legislation attacking public education; higher education; gender, race and sexuality studies; activism and social justice in education; and diversity, equity and inclusion programs.

Find the series here.

Who? Anyone in an educational institution affected by restrictive legislation, as well as those who have success stories about learning/teaching/administration in the areas most widely impacted by recent attacks on education. This includes students, teachers, administrators, staff, instructors, adjuncts and professors of all grade levels and ranks.

Where? Posts will be published on and the Ms. classroom site, and will be freely available and open-access.

How? Submit pitches and/or completed draft op-eds and reflections (between 500-800 words) to Aviva Dove-Viebahn at

When I began to write the introduction for this extraordinary Ms. reader, I was astonished by the enormity of what it chronicles in terms of the evolution of a relatively new field in the academy…

Beverly Guy-Sheftall, Spelman College
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