Regina Mahone

Vice President and Managing Editor

@byreginamahone

Regina Mahone is a vice president and managing editor for Rewire.News, where she oversees daily operations and steers racial justice and immigration content, among other issue areas.

Previously, Regina was a staff writer at Philanthropy News Digest, a publication of the Foundation Center, where she covered the nonprofit and philanthropic sectors. Before that, she was a freelance writer and editor in Southern California. Regina is based in Kingston, New York. She earned her BA from The College of New Jersey, where she studied English, creative writing, and gender studies. She was a participant at the 2017 ASNE Emerging Leaders Institute and has presented at the ACES conference, Netroots Nation, and WAM!NYC. She has also moderated discussions with SisterSong and Black Lives Matter.

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Photos: The No Choice Travel Agency

Regina Mahone

The immersive pop-up was located at 230A Mulberry Street in Manhattan for four days last week. Although it resembled a high-end travel agency, fitting in at the epicenter of designer shops, it was far from a typical trip bureau. It offered travelers three destinations: to one of the few states where a New Yorker can access […]

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What Else Happened? A Bold North Carolina Campaign to End Shackling of Pregnant People

Regina Mahone & Kat Jercich

Regina and Kat discuss what the Trump administration is–and isn’t–doing to address domestic violence, how rural communities are disproportionately affected by toxic drinking water, and about the Catholic health systems looking to get into the drug business. Also, Kat talks with SisterSong's Omisade Burney-Scott about a campaign to end the practice of shackling pregnant people in North Carolina prisons.

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What Else Happened? A Look Inside the Abortion Underground

Kat Jercich & Regina Mahone

Kat and Regina discuss the comeback of a disease, raids on strip clubs in New Orleans, and a lawsuit against policy preventing transgender residents from having a driver’s license that reflects their gender identity. Also, Regina talks with Nina Liss-Schultz about her recent piece at Mother Jones on an underground network of activists helping people to terminate their pregnancies.

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What Else Happened? Intentional, Deadly Negligence in Orlando

Kat Jercich & Regina Mahone

Regina and Kat discuss the pollution crisis in one of the poorest neighborhoods in Orlando, Florida; a fight over installing elevators in New York subways; and how a Portland-based clothing company is taking abortion funding into its own hands. Also, Regina chats with Rewire editor Ali Stine about how snow days can cause major problems for Appalachian parents.

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What Else Happened? Chicago Prioritized Religion Over Health Care

Regina Mahone & Kat Jercich

Kat and Regina discuss the disproportionately high rates of maternal mortality among women of color in Texas, the Trump administration's latest moves against trans students, and how Chicago is putting religious restrictions above patient access to care. Plus, Kat talks to Sonia Chopra about a Black student in Mason, Ohio, facing racist comments from his white social studies teacher—and what his mother is doing about it.

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What Else Happened? Charter School Segregation and Clinic Defenders on High Alert

Kat Jercich & Regina Mahone

Kat and Regina discuss the news that charter schools are more racially segregated than other public schools, Wisconsin is in the running for being the first state to drug test food stamp applicants, and Illinois has launched a new program to combat the opioid crisis. Also, Regina chats with Jasmine Sherman, a clinic defender with Pro-Choice Charlotte, about why she believes Charlotte has become an epicenter for abortion clinic harassment.

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