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'Black Actress' Web Series Premiers on Issa Rae's YouTube Channel

‘Black Actress’ Web Series Premiers on Issa Rae’s YouTube Channel

by Von Diaz on October 24 2013, 2:22PM

Produced by Andrea Lewis, the series will explore the challenges faced by today’s black actresses.

Topics: /NOW

The Long Rap Sheet of New Orleans Cops

by Jordan Flaherty on May 13 2010, 12:00PM

As the Justice Department considers overhauling the city’s law enforcement, it will have to round up more than a few post-Katrina rogues. Even the coroner’s got a past.

Topics: Criminal Justice

Immigration Law and Disorder

by Michelle Chen on May 3 2010, 12:00PM

Cops around the country warn that they can’t control crime if they’ve got to hunt civil visa violations, too.


The Rightward Drift of Immigration Reform

by on April 30 2010, 12:00PM

Harry Reid’s bill makes a bad framework worse. And it still won’t move.


Changing the Climate for Justice

by Joseph Huff-Hannon on April 19 2010, 12:00PM

The Copenhagen climate talks went nowhere last year. Now, tens of thousands have gathered in Bolivia to envision a revolution instead. 

Topics: Environment

Trained to Fail

by Yvonne Yen Liu on April 13 2010, 12:00PM

Workers nationwide are getting the skills to join a new green economy. Problem is, it doesn’t exist. How Reagan’s job-training ghost haunts our response to unemployment.


Progressives and ‘Bitter’ White America

by Kai Wright on March 29 2010, 12:00PM

Yes, the Tea Party is madness. But what we need, with increasing urgency, is leadership that explicitly aligns working-class white folks and people of color.


What Progressives Must Learn from the ACORN Debacle

by Rinku Sen on March 25 2010, 12:00PM

The right’s successful attack on ACORN should teach us a plain, bracing lesson: By challenging entrenched power, we make ourselves targets. Be ready to fight. 


The Criminal Flaw in Obama’s
Immigration Vision

by on March 18 2010, 12:00PM

The White House says reform is coming soon. But real change demands Washington think much differently about how and why we’re deporting a record-high number of immigrants.


Fighting for Their Lives

by Leticia Miranda on March 15 2010, 12:00PM

The Supreme Court considers whether it’s cruel and unusual punishment to lock up teenagers for life without parole.

Topics: Criminal Justice

Women in Trouble

by Erasmo Guerra on March 9 2010, 12:00PM

Lorraine M. Lopez’s new book of short stories features adult characters terrorized by children—young and grown—and cats with bulimia.

Topics: Arts & Culture

Don’t Stop Thinking about Tomorrow

by Erasmo Guerra on February 26 2010, 12:00PM

In his debut novel, Michael Jaime-Becerra paints a vivid picture of small town Latino life in America.

Topics: Arts & Culture

Tex-Mex Express

by Erasmo Guerra on February 19 2010, 12:00PM

Despite Mexico’s bad press, one writer finds that the border spirit lives on.

Topics: Arts & Culture

David Mamet’s Race Problem

by Adebe DeRango-Adem on February 12 2010, 12:00PM

The new Broadway play is made for an audience that wouldn’t know the breakdown of white power even if it were covered in big red sequins.

Topics: Arts & Culture

Davis and Douglass in Tandem

by Brittany Shoot on February 12 2010, 12:00PM

A new collection of Angela Davis’s lectures and Frederick Douglass’s writings puts history in perspective.

Topics: Arts & Culture

Embracing My Undocumented
Immigrant Identity

by Alberto Ledesma on February 5 2010, 12:00PM

One Latino reflects on how he overcame his fears to find that the best use of his citizenship today is to speak against anti-immigrant attacks.

Topics: Arts & Culture

Watch the ColorLines TV Show: Race and Economic Recovery

by ColorLines Investigative Team on February 3 2010, 12:00PM

We’ve joined with LinkTV to produce a half hour show on race and the economic recovery.


James Perry’s Run for Mayor
of New Orleans

by Jordan Flaherty on January 28 2010, 12:00PM

Can a social justice candidate win an election in the new New Orleans?


The State of OUR Union

by Tammy Johnson on January 27 2010, 12:00PM

Last night, Obama spoke. Now it’s our turn.


Beauty Is In The Perspective

by Daisy Hernandez on January 22 2010, 12:00PM

South Korean artist Jang Suk Joon tells powerful visual stories of how neighborhoods are shaped by politics, history and yes, even sex.

Topics: Arts & Culture

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