by Naima Ramos-Chapman on August 17 2010, 12:17PM
This time, the culprit is the black church.
by Channing Kennedy on August 6 2010, 11:20AM
Meanwhile, we’re ignoring what really matters.
by Michelle Chen on August 3 2010, 10:22AM
Just plaster a disfigured female victim on the cover, and presto—instant war morale!
by Jamilah King on August 2 2010, 5:43PM
Is there a place for black women in fashion overall?
by Jorge Rivas on July 29 2010, 11:20AM
Yesterday, in a segment titled “The Conversation: My Undocumented Life” ABC’s Diane Sawyer interviewed a young woman named Erika, an undocumented Arizona resident who has been in the U.S. since age 11. Sawyer produced a beautiful short interview where she…
by Jessica Strong on July 27 2010, 11:06AM
Or, how we end up talking about Shirley Sherrod instead of double-digit black unemployment.
by Rinku Sen on July 23 2010, 2:12PM
The lesson of Shirley Sherrod is we must stop talking about racism as a personality problem.
by Kai Wright on July 21 2010, 6:02PM
Since everybody wants to talk about racism, here are a few ideas.
by Channing Kennedy on July 16 2010, 2:10PM
The editors issue a non-apology after Joel Stein’s humor column offers up racist stereotypes.
by Jorge Rivas on July 1 2010, 2:53PM
If singer Chris Brown had beat up Black Entertainment Television (BET) president Debra Lee’s daughter, would she let him on her awards show? That was just one of the questions readers posed on a ColorLines story published earlier this week….