Lydia Chebbine is our photo editor. She was previously at U.S. News & World Report, where she crafted daily visual coverage and special packages which have been recognized by the National Press Photographers Association. She has a background in Critical & Visual Studies from Pratt Institute.
Founder Daniella Zalcman discussed the organization’s work, its first book and the impact representation in visual journalism has on our collective memory and our understanding of history.
'This day really is about her future': Why these parents and their children are rallying for abortion rights
Portraits capture parents who brought their children to abortion rallies for a pivotal teaching moment on fairness, fighting for their futures and "the power of collective action."
Title IX was created 50 years ago. But what was its historic impact? From women in sports to LGBTQ+ inclusion, here are the key changes over the years.
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.
As a part of our Fall Member Drive, we're sharing end-of-the-year reflections from some of The 19th's reporters.
Here are some of the key moments in the almost five decades that have passed since the Roe v. Wade ruling.