Errin Haines is our editor-at-large. An award-winning journalist with nearly two decades of experience, Errin was previously national writer on race for the Associated Press. She’s also worked at the Los Angeles Times and the Washington Post. Sign up for her biweekly newsletter, The Amendment, for unique analysis reframing the political landscape.
Why the Equal Rights Amendment is still a work in progress, 100 years later
Analysis | It’s part of the American struggle over who is able to fully participate in our democracy and society and how.
Could Biden choose a new running mate in 2024?
Some Democrats say he should. Black women say he'd better not.
What we learned this week about the state of the 2024 presidential race
Analysis | How those in both parties are speaking about issues that disproportionately impact women and LGBTQ+ people will be a major factor in the upcoming race.
‘They need to see’: RowVaughn Wells on what it means to attend Biden’s State of the Union address
The mother of Tyre Nichols spoke to The 19th before attending the address as a guest of First Lady Jill Biden, becoming among the first family members of Black men killed by police to sit in the House chamber for the speech.
Moms Demand Action founder on gun laws, stepping away and why women can force change
Analysis | “I don’t know that this work does end, honestly, in my lifetime,” Shannon Watts, who plans on stepping down from leadership at the end of the year, told The 19th.
Why we’re watching the 2024 Senate race in California
At least two formidable and distinct women candidates have signaled they will run for the seat currently held by Dianne Feinstein, who has not yet announced her retirement, in a state with a trailblazing legacy.
Pleas, letters and negotiations: Brittney Griner’s long road home
The details that led to the day the Biden administration had been focused on for months, a promise fulfilled to a family and a nation.
‘We’re not going back’: Hillary Clinton on the message of the midterms and women’s rights
Analysis | The former secretary of state spoke to The 19th about power dynamics at home and abroad and encouraged women to run for office.
‘She Said’ disrupts the Woodward and Bernstein vision of journalism in favor of a new generation
“All the President’s Men” painted a White, male vision of who reports big stories. “She Said” helps update the narrative.
Most media predicted a red wave. Here’s how The 19th got the election right.
The media missed the concerns and the motivations of many voters and failed to capture the full electorate. At The 19th, we remained focused on you.