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Jamilah King Talks Racism at the Oscars on MSNBC's

Jamilah King Talks Racism at the Oscars on MSNBC’s “Ronan Farrow Daily”

by Rae Gomes on March 3 2014, 11:24AM

Colorlines Senior Editor Jamilah King appeared on new MSNBC show “Ronan Farrow Daily” to discuss racism in the Oscars and Paula Deen’s comment comparing herself to Michael Sam. On the lack of diversity of Academy voters and the systemic racism…

Topics: Colorlines Press

Jamilah King Speaks With Free Speech TV At The National Conference For Media Reform

Jamilah King Speaks With Free Speech TV At The National Conference For Media Reform

by Nia King on April 9 2013, 1:15PM

Colorlines reporter and editor Jamilah King discusses the importance of independent journalism with Free Speech TV’s Julianna Forlano at the National Conference for Media Reform.

Topics: Colorlines Press, /NOW

Jamilah King Discusses NFL Lockout On MSNBC's Up With Chris

Jamilah King Discusses NFL Lockout On MSNBC’s Up With Chris

by Nia King on October 1 2012, 3:18PM

Jamilah King appeared on MSNBC’s “Up With Chris” to discuss the NFL referee lockout.

Topics: Colorlines Press

Jamilah King Speaks On WNYC About Sports, Race, Class, and Fashion In Sneaker Culture

Jamilah King Speaks On WNYC About Sports, Race, Class, and Fashion In Sneaker Culture

by Nia King on August 24 2012, 5:16PM

Jamilah King speaks on WNYC’s “The Takeaway with John Hockenberry” about sneakers, race, and advertising.

Topics: Colorlines Press

Jamilah King Speaks About The Term

Jamilah King Speaks About The Term “Minority” CUNYTV’s “Independent Sources”

by Nia King on June 6 2012, 6:01PM

Jamilah King discusses why the word “minority” is going out of style on CUNYTV’s “Independent Sources”.

Topics: Colorlines Press

Why Black Gay and Transgender Americans Need More than Marriage Equality [Report]

by Jorge Rivas on January 20 2012, 6:12PM

Center for American Progress released a new report on black gay and transgender communities and why the focus should be on more than just marriage.

Topics: Colorlines Press, Gender & Sexuality, /NOW

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