Reflection: The 19th's audience fellow on highlighting historic firsts
Audience fellow Nzingha Thompson-Hall reflects on what she's learned as a part of the 19th's audience engagement team.
Reflection: The 19th's product fellow on centering readers and building community
Fellow Jamila Wood reflects on what they've learned as a part of the 19th's product team.
37 years and over 100 arrests: Longtime disability rights icon Anita Cameron is retiring from protests
In the wake of her last protest, The 19th spoke with Cameron about her life and the future of disabled activism.
‘They came for blood’: Protesters and witnesses win settlement 7 years after violent clash with police
The end of a civil trial in Baton Rouge offered plaintiffs some closure after years of waiting and uncertainty. But the memories of that day still haunt them.
What a town hall and a trial say about character, credibility and the 2024 election
As we look toward a Biden-Trump rematch in 2024, a lot about the candidates, the press and our politics feels familiar. But some things have undeniably changed.
South Carolina House passes six-week abortion ban
Gov. Henry McMaster is expected to sign it into law if it passes the Senate. Once signed, it will take effect immediately.
Federal judges seem open to restricting access to mifepristone abortion pill
In arguments Wednesday, the conservative-leaning court appeared sympathetic to arguments against access to the abortion medication.
Proposed end of COVID vaccine mandate for nursing home workers is premature, advocates say
The decision by the Biden administration comes despite research showing that residents and staff continue to fare better when vaccination rates are high.
‘Systematically erased’: Middle Eastern and North African women and LGBTQ+ Americans don’t see themselves in U.S. data
A proposal to add a new category to the census could have larger benefits for minority public health.
Republicans in North Carolina override veto of 12-week abortion ban
The ban's time limit and new restrictions will functionally eliminate one of the South's last abortion destinations.