Intersex youth surgeries have deep ties to racism in the U.S. Last month, Lurie Children's Hospital became the first in the country to end the operations.
By Kate Sosin, The 19th
Female Instagram users across the United States are flooding the photo-sharing app with black-and-white images this week. The official goal is a show of support for other women.
By Kathleen Foody, Associated Press
In the three-plus weeks since George Floyd’s death, the protests that began in Minneapolis over policing, race and the use of force have grown into a national reckoning on these issues. Some areas of the country with few black residents…
By Stephanie Sy
Ongoing protests demanding police reform and racial justice continue to spread around the world after the death of George Floyd in Minnesota last month. Isaac Bryan, a civil rights activist and director of public policy at UCLA's Bunche Center, gives…
Gen-Z is entering adulthood as the U.S. grapples with systemic inequities in institutions from policing to education to health care. Student Reporting Labs, our journalism program for high school students, asked teenagers across the country how they're approaching the moment,…
By Associated Press
An international rights group says Egyptian police have raided the homes of two uncles of an Egyptian-American activist who lives in the U.S.
By David Bauder, Associated Press
The nation's unrest has made for spellbinding nights of television, with news networks jumping from city to city to show cars on fire, stores being broken into and confrontations with police.
By Judy Woodruff, Anne Azzi Davenport, Courtney Norris
For analysis of the deeper systemic issues that are underlying the country’s civic unrest, Judy Woodruff talks to Roxane Gay, a noted essayist and author whose work frequently addresses issues of race, identity and privilege; Anna Deavere Smith, award-winning playwright…
By Elizabeth Flock
"The Overstory" is our November book club for the PBS NewsHour-New York Times book club, "Now Read This"…
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