by Jorge Rivas on September 16 2011, 12:01PM
Apple says they banned an iPhone app because of “depictions of child abuse.” All the app was doing was exposing the shady labor practices at their manufacturing plants
by Jorge Rivas on September 16 2011, 11:44AM
The creator of the popular Web series offers tips on how to create a show and cultivate an audience.
by Jorge Rivas on September 14 2011, 3:01PM
Two-time Grammy Awards nominee rapper Game is being praised for openly accepting gays but in the process he’s telling myths about men in the “down low” spreading HIV.
by Jorge Rivas on September 13 2011, 12:05PM
The annual awards show honors the spirit and accomplishments of Latinos in the media.
by Jorge Rivas on September 9 2011, 11:56AM
Good news, unless the parents come with a some over-exaggerated Asian accent.
by Jamilah King on September 1 2011, 10:10AM
The Justice Department announced that it’s suing the company to prevent its acquisition of T-Mobile. And users of color have a lot riding on the lawsuit’s outcome.
by Jorge Rivas on August 31 2011, 3:11PM
MTV’s Best New Artist hurls hundreds of anti-gay slurs on his new album. “I’m not homophobic,” he has explained. “Gay just means you’re stupid.”
by Jorge Rivas on August 30 2011, 10:24AM
Spanish-language newspapers, magazines, television and radio shows all experienced growth in 2010. And Univision is launching a 24-hour news channel.
by Jorge Rivas on August 25 2011, 9:25AM
In her satirical video, Chapter plays Keywanda, a young mother of ten who deals with the “stress of her children’s fathers.”
by Jorge Rivas on August 24 2011, 3:55PM
Italian Vogue editor Franca Sozzani has since apologized for the “inconvenience.”
by Jorge Rivas on August 24 2011, 10:21AM
The Washington Post reports on a growing trend that’s playing off of old stereotypes.
by Akiba Solomon on August 22 2011, 9:06AM
Issa Rae, the creator and star of the hit Web comedy “The Misadventures of Awkward Black Girl,” proved that if you build it, we will come. Rae talks with Colorlines.com’s Akiba Solomon about the show and her future.
by Bryan Gerhart on August 19 2011, 9:49AM
The company’s “Re-civilize yourself” campaign rightfully struck a chord.
by Bryan Gerhart on August 16 2011, 2:44PM
The scathing letter says the world’s largest news network should have a better analysis around race.
by Bryan Gerhart on August 12 2011, 10:10AM
The chain’s unprecedented campaign to mark Ramadan with a line of foods that meet Islamic dietary laws turned ugly when it appeared to back down in the face of anti-Muslim bloggers.
by Jorge Rivas on August 11 2011, 10:44AM
Whether or not you think George Lopez’s jokes are funny, it’s alarming that a country that’s quickly becoming more diverse has a media that seldom shows it.
by Jason Smith on August 11 2011, 9:45AM
A perennial problem is worsening, as journalists of color leave (or are pushed from) mainstream newsrooms and graduates entering the workforce face the largest racial disparity in hiring in a generation.
by Jorge Rivas on August 9 2011, 10:57AM
If you thought UCLA’s Alexandra “Asians in libraries are loud” Wallace was bad, this is much worse.