Julianne Hing is a reporter and blogger for Colorlines.com covering immigration, education, criminal justice, and occasionally fashion and pop culture. In 2009 Julianne was the recipient of USC Annenberg's Institute for Justice and Journalism fellowship, which funded a reporting project on the impacts of criminal deportation on immigrant families. She has covered police brutality issues from Oakland to New Orleans and in the summer of 2010 reported for Colorlines from the courtroom where Oscar Grant's killer, BART cop Johannes Mehserle, faced trial. Julianne became politically active in high school, and started organizing students in college around access and affordability issues. She earned her B.A. in social ecology at the University of California, Irvine, where she edited Jaded magazine, named 2007 Publication of the Year by Campus Progress. Julianne’s writing has appeared on AlterNet, Truthout, Hyphen Magazine's blog, The American Prospect's blog TAPPED and Ta-Nehisi Coates' blog at The Atlantic, Racialicious, The Root and New America Media.
Julianne tweets at @juliannehing.
by Julianne Hing on November 19 2014, 3:46PM
There are Fergusons all over the country.
by Julianne Hing on November 17 2014, 3:45PM
Fusion investigates how transgender immigrant detainees fare while locked up.
by Julianne Hing on November 17 2014, 12:58PM
Asians are putting themselves at the frontlines of the fight to end affirmative action in college admissions.
by Julianne Hing on November 14 2014, 10:00AM
An expunged record is elusive, but key, for many young people looking to put their pasts behind them.
by Julianne Hing on November 13 2014, 12:40PM
A response to the response to My Brother’s Keeper
by Julianne Hing on November 13 2014, 7:00AM
TV’s newest Asian-American dad talks about race and the pressure that comes with being on the first Asian-American family sitcom in 20 years.
Topics: Arts & Culture
by Julianne Hing on November 11 2014, 1:44PM
The case was merely a pretext for political persecution, the activist’s supporters say.
by Julianne Hing on November 11 2014, 12:30PM
Ostensibly a film about a variation on volleyball, “9-man” tackles race, identity, and masculinity head on.
by Julianne Hing on November 7 2014, 1:20PM
Children are navigating the immigration system without any counsel.
by Julianne Hing on November 6 2014, 2:05PM
Sixty-one percent of all Californians have experienced some kind of trauma as children.
by Julianne Hing on November 5 2014, 6:03PM
It didn’t help Latino voter turnout.
by Julianne Hing on November 5 2014, 12:09PM
Immigration reform groups and lawmakers warn Democrats not to take Latinos for granted.
by Julianne Hing on November 5 2014, 7:00AM
The San Francisco-based trans advocate explains why race and gender need to be in the same conversation.
by Julianne Hing on November 4 2014, 2:29PM
From $8.50 in South Dakota and Arkansas to $15 per hour in San Francisco County.
by Julianne Hing on November 4 2014, 11:50AM
Organizers say federal inaction on immigration may mean that many Latinos stay home today.
by Julianne Hing on October 28 2014, 1:14PM
Getting to the root of a longstanding problem.
by Julianne Hing on October 24 2014, 4:53PM
Tracking the growth of Goya Foods, and the Latino population alongside it.
by Julianne Hing on October 24 2014, 12:40PM
Topics: Criminal Justice