The state is the first to extend postpartum Medicaid coverage, so people keep insurance for a year after giving birth. Others are likely to follow.
75 percent of people of faith support landmark LGBTQ+ protections
Arizona, like Georgia, flipped in 2020. And like in Georgia, new rules on voting may be coming.
We’ll bring your questions to Mandi Woodruff and Tiffany Aliche, hosts of the “Brown Ambition” podcast, during an upcoming Live with The 19th event.
Turner was killed in Baytown, Texas, by an officer in May 2019. His trial is due to start next month.
Lack of internet and limited outreach means about a quarter of adults 65 and older still aren’t vaccinated. Early evidence suggests women are more vulnerable.
Tishaura Jones became the latest with a Tuesday win to become the first Black woman mayor of St. Louis.
Women of color felt safe at Mills College. They say its closure could be dangerous for future generations.
Mills College, which serves women and nonbinary students, announced it will stop issuing degrees in 2023, sparking concerns from alumni and students.
Republican officials have faced criticism for making sexist remarks about Gov. Gretchen Whitmer. But a culture of misogyny has existed for years, according to former and current state lawmakers.
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A report finds that 59 percent of older women have gotten at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, compared with 70 percent of older men.
The restriction would have particularly affected Black women and Latinas, who remain disproportionately affected by the recession.
The imagery of Georgia Rep. Park Cannon being dragged away this week at the state Capitol follows several arrests in recent years involving elected Black women. Black women on the receiving end say it’s an effort to silence their growing political power.
Democrats, Republicans and business groups are rallying around a bill to give pregnant workers better accommodations in the workplace. It’s likely to pass this year.