Colorlines

Arts & Culture

Ruth Brown And Q-Tip Are Back

by Juba Kalamka on November 6 2009, 12:00PM

A survey of soul history, and a glimpse at the future of hip-hop.

Topics: Arts & Culture

A Stone for Women’s Stories

by Brittany Shoot on November 6 2009, 12:00PM

Dahlma Llanos-Figueroa's new novel explores generations of Afro-Puerto Rican women's strength and struggle.

Topics: Arts & Culture

Editor’s Letter

by Daisy Hernandez on November 4 2009, 12:00PM

New mobile site for ColorLines.com. More changes in 2010.

Topics: Arts & Culture

The Black Matriarch as Villain

The Black Matriarch as Villain

by Juell Stewart on October 29 2009, 12:00PM

“Precious” is a haunting film that stays silent on how the political realities of 1980s Harlem shaped women.

Topics: Arts & Culture, Gabourey Sidibe

Film Review: Barking Water

by Roya Rastegar on October 28 2009, 12:00PM

Director Sterlin Harjo tells the story of true loves who are always leaving each other.

Topics: Arts & Culture

CNN’s Focus on Latino Bootstraps

by Daisy Hernandez on October 22 2009, 12:00PM

The new documentary highlights the mythology of the good immigrant who can make it on their own.

Topics: Arts & Culture

South Korea’s Children and Landscapes

by Roya Rastegar on October 22 2009, 12:00PM

The new film “Treeless Mountain” shows the spirit of two girls and their country.

Topics: Arts & Culture

The Joy of Patti Austin

by Juba Kalamka on October 22 2009, 12:00PM

After more than 50 years of making music, the R&B singer still sounds excited about the possibilities.

Topics: Arts & Culture

Book Review: Asian-American Prisoners

by Hans Bennett on October 22 2009, 12:00PM

Eddy Zheng and Ben Wang gather the stories of those who disappear behind bars and statistics.

Topics: Arts & Culture

Your Movie Guide

by Roya Rastegar on October 13 2009, 12:00PM

Set in Fairbanks, Alaska, Dear Lemon Limon is a bittersweet tale of a tween’s bubble and angst.

Topics: Arts & Culture

Your Movie Guide

by Roya Rastegar on October 6 2009, 12:00PM

Chutney Popcorn’s skillfully drawn characters create family in diaspora, pushing the romantic comedy genre.

Topics: Arts & Culture

Book Review: Leaving India

by Sunita Dhurandhar on October 6 2009, 12:00PM

Minal Hajratwala traces family history across the global Indian diaspora.

Topics: Arts & Culture

Flipping the Script on Poverty

by Jessica Hoffmann on October 2 2009, 12:00PM

welfareQueens put real-life struggles on center stage.

Topics: Arts & Culture

Music: Darius Rucker

by Juba Kalamka on September 23 2009, 12:00PM

Learn to Live reflects on reaching middle-age with a raw and honest vulnerability.

Topics: Arts & Culture

Music: Asobi Seksu

by Juba Kalamka on September 9 2009, 12:00PM

The duo’s new album Hush is sprawling and ethereal in one moment and intensely focused in others.

Topics: Arts & Culture

Tim Wise on Racism 2.0

by Michelle Chen on September 9 2009, 12:00PM

The author and activist chats about his new book, white denial and gay rights.

Topics: Arts & Culture

Your Movie Guide

by Roya Rastegar on September 9 2009, 12:00PM

I’m Through With White Girls is a lighthearted tour of the race, class and gender stereotypes that permeate American culture.

Topics: Arts & Culture

District 9: Loved It? Hated It?

by Daisy Hernandez on September 2 2009, 12:00PM

The new film has been attacked for racist stereotypes, but it’s still worth watching.

Topics: Arts & Culture

The Real Cost of Prisons Comix

by Jenna M. Loyd on September 2 2009, 12:00PM

Vivid comics show the impacts of mass incarceration on communities of color.

Topics: Arts & Culture

A Love/Hate Relationship with District 9—bad

by Daisy Hernandez on September 2 2009, 12:00PM

The new film has been attacked for racist stereotypes, but it’s still worth watching.

Topics: Arts & Culture