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It’s our mission to lead change by reporting with empathy, reimagining storytelling and transforming the news. Will you help us lead the change?

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Events

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  • Confronting the Climate Crisis

    Join The 19th in collaboration with Grist for an important conversation about the urgency of the climate crisis and what you can do about it with Catherine Coleman Flowers, Katharine Hayhoe and more.

  • Building a More Equitable Internet

    Join The 19th for a conversation about what it will take to create a more equitable internet for all, with people who are thinking deeply about how to make it a better and safer place.

  • Gender Equality in the Military

    In honor of Veterans Day join The 19th for conversations with those who serve and lead in the military about the impact of improved policies on gender equality.

  • How New Leaders are Reimagining Small Business

    In honor of National Women's Small Business Month, join The 19th’s Economy Reporter Chabeli Carrazana in conversation with U.S. Small Business Administrator Isabella Casillas Guzman, CEOs Sana Javeri Kadri and Amy Errett with investor Arlan Hamilton.

  • How Mass Incarceration Impacts Families

    Join The 19th for a critical conversation on the impact of mass incarceration on families, with people who’ve navigated the criminal justice system as parents, children and lawyers.

  • The 19th Represents 2021 Virtual Summit

    Join us this August for our free #19thRepresents summit with virtual conversations on representation in democracy, sports, business, culture and voting.

  • How Trans Athletes are Leading On and Off the Field

    It’s Pride month! To celebrate, we’re getting to know young trans athletes who are following in the footsteps of other trailblazers who have championed civil rights across generations.

  • The Future of Black Lives Matter

    In advance of Juneteenth, and a year after the summer of racial reckoning, The 19th is gathering leaders of the movement for a critical conversation on the future of Black Lives Matter. Join The 19th's editor-at-large Errin Haines, civil rights activist Alicia Garza, and Rep. Karen Bass for this important discussion.

  • Building a Caregiving Economy for All

    Join The 19th for an afternoon of critical conversations on the state of the nation’s care infrastructure and the wellbeing of caregivers. We’ll speak to leaders, thinkers and doers about creating policies and much-needed support networks for family and professional caregivers.

  • The AAPI Perspective on the Pandemic, Racism and Violence

    Join The 19th for this important conversation on the history behind harassment targeting Asian Americans and discuss community-level and policy solutions for curtailing it.