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Beyond the Spin Covers Facing Race

Beyond the Spin Covers Facing Race

by Nia King on November 29 2012, 2:59PM

Public Radio Exchange’s “Beyond the Spin” covers Facing Race, the largest gathering of racial justice advocates in the country.

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Brentin Mock Discusses True The Vote's Florida Shenanigans on Democracy Now

Brentin Mock Discusses True The Vote’s Florida Shenanigans on Democracy Now

by Nia King on November 6 2012, 4:38PM

True the Vote claimed the NAACP and SEIU tried to bribe voters into voting for Obama by offering them water as they waited in long lines at the Florida polls. Brentin Mock appears on Democracy Now to debunk these allegations.

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Brentin Mock Discusses Voter ID Laws On Public Radio Exchange's

Brentin Mock Discusses Voter ID Laws On Public Radio Exchange’s “Living Well Show”

by Nia King on October 9 2012, 2:04PM

Brentin Mock discussed Voter ID Laws on Public Radio Exchange’s “Living Well Show.”

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Brentin Mock Discusses PA's Voter ID Law On Progressive Radio Network's

Brentin Mock Discusses PA’s Voter ID Law On Progressive Radio Network’s “Solution Zone”

by Nia King on October 3 2012, 6:49PM

Colorlines investigative reporter Brentin Mock discusses Pennsylvania’s Voter ID law on Progressive Radio Network’s “Solution Zone.”

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Brentin Mock Discusses Voter Fraud On MSNBC's Melissa Harris-Perry Show

Brentin Mock Discusses Voter Fraud On MSNBC’s Melissa Harris-Perry Show

by Nia King on October 2 2012, 3:11PM

Colorlines investigative reporter Brentin Mock appeared on MSNBC’s Melissa Harris-Perry Show to discuss the discovery of voter fraud within the Republican Party.

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Brentin Mock Talks Ex-Felon Voter Disenfrachisement on MSNBC's Melissa Harris-Perry Show

Brentin Mock Talks Ex-Felon Voter Disenfrachisement on MSNBC’s Melissa Harris-Perry Show

by Nia King on October 1 2012, 7:05PM

Brentin Mock appeared on MSNBC’s Melissa Harris-Perry Show to discuss Florida’s massive voter disenfranchisement.

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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.

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Colorlines on MSNBC Talking Romney ‘47 Percent’ and Voter Suppression

by Rebekah Spicuglia on September 24 2012, 9:56AM

Colorlines.com Economic Contributor appeared on MSNBC Melissa Harris Perry Show to Discuss Romney ‘47 Percent’ Remarks and Voter Suppression

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Brentin Mock Discusses Voter ID Laws on Democracy Now

Brentin Mock Discusses Voter ID Laws on Democracy Now

by Nia King on August 28 2012, 6:39PM

Colorlines reporter Brentin Mock discusses his exposé of True the Vote’s massive scheme to intimidate voters of color on Democracy Now.

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Voter Intimidation Fears Grow With ‘Poll Watcher’ Network

by Jorge Rivas on August 28 2012, 12:45PM

Brentin Mock was a guest on Democracy Now on August 28th, 2012.

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Brentin Mock Talks Voter Suppression on MSNBC’s ‘PoliticsNation with Al Sharpton’

by Rebekah Spicuglia on August 25 2012, 10:17AM

Colorlines.com Investigative Reporter Brentin Mock appeared on MSNBC Al Sharpton to Discuss True the Vote’s Voter Growing “Poll Watcher” Network

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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.

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Kai Wright Discusses America's Demographic Shifts on Minnesota Public Radio

Kai Wright Discusses America’s Demographic Shifts on Minnesota Public Radio

by Nia King on July 31 2012, 5:03PM

Kai Wright appeared on Minnesota Public Radio to discuss America’s shifting demographics.

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Rinku Sen Discusses Role Of Race On The Immigration Debate At Culture Project Impact Festival 2012

Rinku Sen Discusses Role Of Race On The Immigration Debate At Culture Project Impact Festival 2012

by Nia King on July 18 2012, 4:19PM

Rinku Sen discusses race and immigration with with Define American founder Jose Antonio Vargas, Karen Kaminsky (New York Immigration Coalition Deputy Executive Director), Iyaba Ibo Mandingo (poet/painter/performer), and Cristina Jimenez (United We Dream Managing Director).

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Kai Wright Discusses Black Unemployment And Presidential Politics on The Brian Lehrer Show

Kai Wright Discusses Black Unemployment And Presidential Politics on The Brian Lehrer Show

by Nia King on July 9 2012, 5:24PM

Colorlines Editorial Director Kai Wright appeared on WNYC’s “The Brian Lehrer Show” to discuss politics and the economy.

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LatinoUSA: Seth Wessler on SB1070 Supreme Court Decision

LatinoUSA: Seth Wessler on SB1070 Supreme Court Decision

by Rebekah Spicuglia on July 2 2012, 11:02AM

Colorlines.com’s Seth Freed Wessler produced a segment on the SB 1070 decision for NPR’s LatinoUSA.

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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”.

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RELEASE: New Study Offers Insights about Young Progressives’ Views on Activism and Race

by Rebekah Spicuglia on May 24 2012, 9:54AM

May 24, 2012 (New York, NY) — Through a series of focus groups in key cities with Occupy participants and other activists aged 18-30, the Applied Research Center today released findings on young people’s motivations for engaging in activism, concerns…

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'Minorities'? It's Not Even Accurate. Try 'People of Color'

‘Minorities’? It’s Not Even Accurate. Try ‘People of Color’

by Rinku Sen on May 18 2012, 11:11AM

“People of color” is now commonly used far beyond political circles, as “minority” fades into the category of things that used to be true. It is past time for the media and the general public to embrace the phrase.

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Seth Wessler Acceptance Speech: 2012 Hillman Prize for Web Journalism [VIDEO]

by Rebekah Spicuglia on May 15 2012, 1:38PM

Colorlines reporter Seth Freed Wessler was awarded the prestigious Hillman Prize for his work on Shattered Families investigation, which found at least 5,000 U.S. citizen children are in the foster care system today due to the detainment or deportation of…

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