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Pamela Turner’s family sues Texas city over fatal police shooting
Turner was killed in Baytown, Texas, by an officer in May 2019. His trial is due to start next month.
19 Minutes with The 19th: The history of hate crimes in America
Join us on Instagram Live Wednesday, April 7, at 5 p.m. CT. Hear from The 19th’s general assignment reporter Mariel Padilla, who will explain the history of hate crimes, how hate crimes are actually counted and how that data is used.
Four girls testified in the Derek Chauvin trial. Here’s what they told the jury.
“When I look at George Floyd, I look at my dad,” said Darnella Frazier, who filmed the viral video of George Floyd’s death.
The 19th Explains: What are hate crimes and how are they counted?
Most experts agree that U.S. hate crimes are vastly undercounted, and the country’s accounting of these crimes remains deeply flawed.
New York City moves to drop nearly 1,500 prosecutions related to sex work
The move comes as Mayor Bill de Blasio proposes the decriminalization of sex work, which largely affects communities of color.
One year later, Breonna Taylor’s mother is still looking for accountability
‘Breonna gave people a voice who didn’t know they had one, including me,’ Tamika Palmer says, calling for the Justice Department to investigate Taylor’s shooting by police.
‘Can't wait to tell my grandkids I was here’: The women arrested for storming the Capitol
Court documents reviewed by The 19th began to paint a picture of women’s roles and intentions during the insurrection.
Courts asked to analyze ‘undue burden’ of Florida’s felony disenfranchisement law on Black women
New filings in the nation’s sole 19th Amendment felony disenfranchisement suit seek acknowledgement of historical and economic factors that impact Black women in particular.
Biden’s executive actions tackle racial equity, LGBTQ+ rights, immigration and more
The 19th reports on some of Biden’s early actions that have implications for women, people of color and LGBTQ+ Americans.
'I was in constant fear': Domestic abuse survivor speaks out to urge action to address gun violence
The majority of women and LGBTQ+ people believe restricting gun ownership for domestic abusers should be a top priority in the Biden administration.