Jewel Wicker, Teen Vogue

Jewel Wicker

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Past articles by Jewel:

Double-Masking to Fight COVID-19: Experts Explain How It Works

The CDC found that double-masking may slow the spread of coronavirus. Teen Vogue talked to experts about why two masks are better than one. → Read More

Georgia Elected Democrats for the Presidency and the Senate, Offering a Model for the South

Georgia-based organizers and experts tell Teen Vogue that the 2020 and 2021 elections are a turning point in Georgia politics. → Read More

Nsé Ufot: New Georgia Project Being Investigated Is a ‘Sad and Desperate’ Republican Effort

Nsé Ufot of the New Georgia Project told Teen Vogue she believes the secretary of state’s investigation of her group is “ridiculous.” → Read More

Georgia Senate Races Appear Set for Runoff Elections That Could Determine Which Party Controls Senate

Kelly Loeffler and Raphael Warnock seem set to head to a runoff election in Georgia, and it appears David Perdue and Jon Ossoff could, too. → Read More

Marijuana Legalization Passes in Arizona, New Jersey, South Dakota

Residents in five states passed ballot measures to legalize marijuana use, while Oregon legalized hard drugs, and Washington, D.C., decriminalized magic mushrooms. → Read More

Mail-In Ballots Should Be Delivered In-Person This Close to Election, Experts Say

Postal delays and Republican lawsuits mean that mail-in ballots, a popular pandemic option, should be hand delivered by voters with only days left in the 2020 election. → Read More

Walter Wallace Jr. Was Fatally Shot by Philadelphia Police; His Family Says They Called for an Ambulance

Following a fatal police shooting, the family of Walter Wallace Jr. says they were seeking medical assistance for a mental health crisis, not police intervention. → Read More

San Francisco's CAREN Act Would Outlaw Discriminatory 911 Calls

San Francisco's CAREN Act would make it a crime to call 911 on someone as a form of discrimination, but one critic has said the bill's name is "insensitive." → Read More

Republican Leaders Have Flip-Flopped On Supporting Election-Year Supreme Court Nominees

From Donald Trump to Mitch McConnell to Lindsey Graham, GOP heavyweights have changed their tune since Merrick Garland in 2016. → Read More

Claudia Conway's Parents, Kellyanne and George, Plan to Quit Their Jobs After She Tweeted About Emancipation

Kellyanne Conway will depart the White House and George Conway is leaving Project Lincoln after Claudia Conway tweeted she would seek emancipation. → Read More

16 Best Quotes About Women of Color Deserving the Right to Vote

Ida B. Wells, Nannie Helen Burroughs, Sojourner Truth, and other non-white suffragists and civil rights activists shared powerful thoughts on their fight for voting rights and equal representation. → Read More

Joe Biden Attempted to Clarify His Comments About Black Diversity

Presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden had said the African-American community lacked diversity in comparison to Latinx communities. → Read More

Rayshard Brooks Wanted the Criminal Justice System to Change Before He Was Fatally Shot by Police

Video of Brooks discussing reforming the probation and parole systems has surfaced after an officer was charged with felony murder in relation to his death. → Read More

How to Support the Protesters Demanding Justice for George Floyd

Find out what to do to support protesters who are demanding justice for George Floyd. → Read More

COVID-19 Could Complicate Natural-Disaster Emergency Response for Extreme Weather Events

The coronavirus has altered much of our world, and experts are now contending with how it will change emergency responses to events like hurricanes, tornadoes, floods, and forest fires. → Read More

Donald Trump's Coronavirus Response Is Still Raising Red Flags

The president's mixed messaging is an ongoing cause for concern. → Read More

The Coronavirus Could Dramatically Alter Voting in the 2020 Election

Even as state primaries adjust to the COVID-19 pandemic, the impact of the coronavirus on the 2020 election remains uncertain. → Read More

Family of Charlotte Figi, Teenage CBD-Reform Icon, Fears COVID-19 Killed Her

The 13-year-old became a face of the medical marijuana movement. Her family said she passed away of respiratory failure, fearing the coronavirus may be to blame. → Read More

How to Support Indigenous Organizers Fighting Coronavirus in Native American Communities

Native communities are worried they will see disproportionate impacts of COVID-19; here's how you can aid their efforts to fight the pandemic. → Read More

Lana Conor Called Out Donald Trump's Racist Anti-Chinese Rhetoric on Coronavirus

Lana Condor demanded on Twitter that an unnamed leader stop spreading racism about coronavirus, even as Trump doubled down on racist rhetoric. → Read More