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  • 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.

  • Meet Three Cabinet Secretaries Leading in Biden White House

    The 19th for a broad conversation on what happens when policy is focused on women, families and LGBTQ+ people.

  • Managing Your Money in a Pandemic

    Join The 19th for answers to your questions about personal finance and economic recovery in a pandemic.

  • Resilience and Recovery: Health Care, Vaccines and The Road Back from COVID-19

    Join The 19th for an afternoon of critical conversations on the nation's fight to defeat the COVID pandemic — and the lessons we've learned from it.

  • Black Women, Power and the Ballot

    Join The 19th’s Editor-at-large Errin Haines for a conversation on Black women organizing, voting and leading in the new American democracy — and what it means for an expanding electorate.

  • Meet the Women Shaping the Biden/Harris Message

    19th Editor-at-Large Errin Haines interviews four of the women leading the Biden-Harris communications team.

  • Public Ed in the Pandemic

    No issue is more critical to children and families right now than public education, with a global pandemic that’s keeping many kids home from school, forcing many women out of the workplace, and exposing — and worsening — massive disparities in educational advancement and opportunity.

  • What’s at stake for LGBTQ+ voters in November?

    Join The 19th’s Kate Sosin for a conversation on how the pandemic, protests and rising anti-trans violence will impact queer voters in the 2020 election.