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By Raquel Redondo, Associated Press
The Russian-installed leaders of occupied regions of Ukraine formerly announced the results of so-called referendums and said they wanted to join Russia. Erik Møse, the official in charge of the U.N. Independent International Commission of Inquiry on Ukraine, joined Nick…
By Nick Schifrin, Zeba Warsi
In Florida, school boards have implemented policies that critics say are ostracizing LGBTQ students. In some districts, teachers have removed certain books and rainbow flags from classrooms and others are obligated to report openly LGBTQ students to their parents. High…
By William Brangham, Dorothy Hastings
This year has shattered the record of transgender homicides in a year with 45 to date — most of them Black or Latinx.
By Orion Rummler, Kate Sosin, The 19th
With stay-at-home orders in place, many victims of domestic violence have been trapped at home with their abusers. In this Brief But Spectacular, we meet Kathryn Jacob, the CEO of SafeHaven, which focuses on creating preventative programs that help high-risk…
New charges against billionaire Jeffrey Epstein have brought renewed attention to the problem of sex trafficking in the U.S. What is the scope of this disturbing criminal underground, and how does it prey on marginalized children? Lisa Desjardins talks to…
By Carey Reed
World leaders and the United Nations spotlighted the problem of violence against women around the world during the U.N.'s third International Day of the Girl on Saturday.
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