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by Brentin Mock on August 14 2013, 11:48AM
Moderation seems the unavoidable tax for African-American Democratic candidates looking to win statewide offices in states like New Jersey.
by Brentin Mock on August 5 2013, 12:09PM
Booker lands Oprah endorsement, but some of New Jersey civil rights leaders are supporting his opponents.
by Brentin Mock on June 7 2013, 12:59PM
If Booker wins, there will be three African-Americans serving in the U.S. Senate, the largest number serving at same time.
by Brentin Mock on June 3 2013, 2:36PM
Sen. Frank Lautenberg leaves a strong legacy behind in New Jersey and on Capitol Hill.
by Nia King on December 10 2012, 9:48AM
Colorlines readers advise Mayor Cory Booker how to eat on a food stamp budget.
by Jorge Rivas on December 6 2012, 9:25AM
Booker started the food stamps challenge on Tuesday and by Wednesday he was already having what he called “hunger pains.”
by Jorge Rivas on December 5 2012, 11:11AM
For the next seven days, and at a time when Congress is considering $16 billion in cuts to the federal program, Booker will put himself in the same position as 850,000 other New Jerseyans who receive food stamps each month.
by Nia King on November 26 2012, 9:42AM
Some people will do anything for attention. Colorlines readers respond to the latest race- and poverty-related stunts.
Topics: Arts & Culture
by Jorge Rivas on November 21 2012, 12:39PM
Booker’s decision came by way of a challenge after Twitter user “Twitwit” told him that “nutrition is not a responsibility of the government.”
by Imara Jones on May 25 2012, 10:07AM
The Newark mayor’s been a darling of the national press, until this week. Imara Jones explains why Booker’s odd defense of private equity firms hit such a nerve: because they represent the very thing people like Booker are supposed to counter.