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ibrahim abdul matin - INNOVATOR

by Andre Banks on January 15 2007, 12:00PM

The Technology Organizer at Movement Strategies Center talks about MyBLOC.net–social networking with a conscience

Topics: Arts & Culture, Criminal Justice, Health, Hurricane Katrina, Schools & Youth

ColorLines Video

by ColorLines Staff on August 24 2006, 12:00PM

Meet the people preparing for the moment disaster strikes in California.

Topics: Health, Hurricane Katrina

Buying Out Abortions

by Andre Banks on August 23 2006, 10:03AM

As if the decision to have an abortion isn’t hard enough, women who choose to have the procedure must face public scrutiny, emotional distress, and harassment by anti-abortion protesters in front of clinics. Now they face a more frightening reality: …

Topics: Health

Rebuilding on Poisoned Ground

by Oskar Cole on March 21 2006, 12:00PM

Amidst unprecedented toxic contamination, cleanup and rebuilding plans could worsen environmental racism in the Gulf.

Topics: Health, Hurricane Katrina

Super Infector

Super Infector

by Kai Wright on December 21 2005, 12:00PM

With the AIDS epidemic larger —and blacker —than ever, health officials and community activists go after those who test positive.

Topics: Criminal Justice, Gender & Sexuality, Health

Under the Varnish

Under the Varnish

by Momo Chang on December 1 2005, 12:45PM

Vietnamese nail salon workers face the highest exposure to dangerous chemicals—but who’s responsible for their safety?

Topics: Health

Safety Net Sinking

by Gordon Hurd on June 15 2002, 12:00PM

Race & Recession

Topics: Health, Schools & Youth

White Poison

by Shanti Rangwani on December 15 2001, 12:00PM

Shanti Rangwani says milk does no body good.

Topics: Health

The Color of Violence Against Women

by Angela Davis on October 10 2000, 12:00PM

Angela Davis gave the keynote address and spoke with participants at the Color of Violence Conference in Santa Cruz.

Topics: Criminal Justice, Gender & Sexuality, Health

News Shorts (RaceFile)

by Melia Franklin on June 10 1998, 12:00PM

Nuclear Dumping Stand Off at Ward ValleyA remote desert valley near the Colorado River became ground zero for a struggle between the Federal government and the Colorado River Native Nation Alliance over nuclear dumping. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) officials…

Topics: Health