Alexis Lanza is a former reporting fellow for The 19th. She is a student at the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University, set to graduate in 2021.
Meet the new women in the House of Representatives
There will be 27 new congresswomen joining the House in 2021, and most of them are Republicans.
Young women are using Instagram to fight for the future of the planet
Climate activists are flocking to Instagram to document greener living and encourage others to vote.
Linda Thomas-Greenfield nominated by Biden to be U.N. ambassador
The list of nominees released by Biden’s transition team included one other woman, Avril Haines for director of national intelligence.
Biden’s transition team brings in diverse coalition of experts, at least half of whom are women
The members of Biden’s agency review teams represent communities “historically underrepresented in federal government.”
19 to Watch: Key races, issues at stake for women voters in 2020
A guide to the races we're watching on Election Day 2020, including historic campaigns and embattled incumbents, and the issues impacting women and LGBTQ+ voters.
Trump's COVID diagnosis reminds voters of xenophobic comments he made at the debate
The president called COVID-19 the “China plague” and refused to denounce white supremacy, comments that incited fear in some voters.