Lance Dixon is an audience engagement producer. Before joining The 19th he served as digital editor at WLRN News, South Florida’s NPR affiliate. Prior to that he worked as director and storytelling producer at The New Tropic, part of the media startup WhereBy.Us, and as a general assignment and municipal government reporter at the Miami Herald.
Meet the local trailblazers making Black history in their communities
The 19th staff asked to hear from you about the people in your lives who are making Black history. Here are their stories.
Who has made Black history in your life or your community?
The 19th staff wants to hear from you about the people in your lives who are making Black history — whether it's your own family history or work happening in your community.
Parents: What questions do you have about the current surges of RSV, the flu and COVID-19?
As winter arrives and people gather for the holidays, The 19th wants to hear from you.
19 Minutes with The 19th: The latest on monkeypox in the U.S.
Join us on Instagram Live on August 31 at 11 a.m. as we debunk myths about monkeypox and discuss how the Biden administration and other agencies are responding to the virus.
19 Minutes with The 19th: What’s next in a post-Roe world
Join us on Instagram Live on July 1 at 11 a.m. CT to hear from The 19th’s Shefali Luthra and Jasmine Mithani, who will talk about where things stand on abortion access and reproductive rights following the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision overturning Roe v. Wade.
19 Minutes with The 19th: The latest on Roe v. Wade
Hear from The 19th’s Shefali Luthra and Jennifer Gerson, who will talk about where things stand with the future of Roe v. Wade after the leak of a draft decision from the U.S. Supreme Court.
Share your Title IX story with The 19th
At this year's #19thRepresents summit, leaders and influencers will explore how far gender equality has come in this country. We want to include your experiences to help shape the discussion.
From the mighty to the mundane, a visual timeline of Black life in America
Much of the focus during Black History Month is on civil rights pioneers, advocates, politicians and entertainers. But as those folks spoke to crowds and navigated halls of power, millions of Black people lived their lives and made their own history.