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‘It doesn’t have to be this way’: California introduces bill addressing harassment on public transit
Introduced by Sen. Dave Min in partnership with Stop AAPI Hate, the bill would address systemic safety issues on public transit systems across the state.
Nikki Haley has to navigate race and gender like few GOP presidential hopefuls
The former South Carolina governor and ambassador to the United Nations is one of a handful of high-profile women to have sought the Republican presidential nomination.
Black Girl Freedom Week hosts free, virtual events to raise awareness — and funding — for Black youth
Organizers hope it will advance their campaign to raise $1 billion for Black girls and gender-expansive youth over 10 years.
Black History Month: Resistance, joy — and the path forward
The 19th is focused on telling stories along the twin themes of Black resistance and joy as we celebrate Black History Month with ongoing coverage.
For Rissi Palmer, country music is a form of Black resistance
The “Color Me Country” host says the genre has historically been for — and by — everyone, including people of color.
Tyre Nichols’ funeral service marked by tears, a somber sisterhood and the call to ‘take action’
Other mothers who have lost children to police joined the Nichols family and Vice President Kamala Harris in asking for "non-negotiable" policing reform legislation.
Changes to AP African American Studies course set a ‘scary precedent,’ advocates say
In response to backlash from Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and education officials, the College Board made subjects like queer studies and intersectionality optional but not required.
What Black History Month means to The 19th staff
Black history is all around us: within our families, in the ways we’ve educated ourselves about our people and our achievements, and how we choose to express ourselves.
New program aims to invest in Black women's leadership in the South
Twenty-five women — among them attorneys, formerly incarcerated women and advocates — make up the inaugural class of the program.
From ballroom dancing to bloodshed, the older AAPI community grapples with gun control
Most of the shooting victims in Monterey Park, California, were AAPI seniors, ranging in age from late 50s to late 70s.