Ko Bragg is a former general assignment reporter for The 19th. She previously worked at The Appeal, Frontline/PBS and Reveal from the Center for Investigative Reporting.
In 1972 Shirley Chisholm ran for president and thousands attended the National Black Political Convention. Can 2020 harness that energy?
Howard University shaped the history making senator. In turn, HBCU graduates hope she will raise the national profile of their institutions and push the party forward.
From suffrage to 2020’s vice presidential nominee, Black sororities have been part of the political process. But some sisters believe their actions could be bolder.
Two Florida women are suing for the right to vote in the only felony disenfranchisement suit alleging a violation of the 19th Amendment.
Farmers, activists and city planners nationwide are pivoting in light of the pandemic’s impact on food access. In Mississippi, that also means restoring a fraught connection with land.