Social anxiety is significantly more common in women. Experts told The 19th how to manage it as many reenter society.
The Supreme Court said Philadelphia violated the First Amendment when it cut ties with a Catholic group that discriminated against LGBTQ+ couples.
The Supreme Court tossed out a legal challenge that would have dismantled the landmark health reform bill.
Join us in welcoming reporters Candice Norwood, Orion Rummler and Jennifer Gerson.
The United States has never captured how many cents on the White male dollar LGBTQ+ people earn on average, a decision that has prevented meaningful policy to address disparities.
The country’s first new federal holiday since 1983 is the fruit of a decades-long push to acknowledge the importance of emancipation.
Data from the CDC showed teenage girls’ hospitalizations for suspected suicide attempts shot up last year. It’s only one piece of a mental health crisis affecting young people.
The judge was confirmed by the Senate to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, a position regarded as a stepping stone to some of the highest legal positions in the government.
Even in cities known for providing transgender services, trans people overwhelmingly report myriad barriers in getting mental health services, experts say.
Beginning in 2022, women’s faces will appear on quarters for the first time, and the public will help choose who will be minted.
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About 26 percent of transgender people of color became unemployed due to COVID-19.
Frazier was honored with a special citation for her video, which “spurred protests against police brutality around the world.”
Similar bans passed by other states have no legal standing, but an upcoming Supreme Court case could change that.
The former president says government can help relieve the gendered pressures of the pandemic.