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Professor Robert Hernandez Walks His Talk

Professor Robert Hernandez Walks His Talk

by Aura Bogado on March 6 2014, 12:01PM

Maybe “flys his talk” is more accurate.

Topics: Media

Don't Be Racist, and Other AAJA Tips for Discussing Jeremy Lin

Don’t Be Racist, and Other AAJA Tips for Discussing Jeremy Lin

by Julianne Hing on February 23 2012, 4:30PM

The Asian-American journalists’ group issues a much-needed media guide.

Topics: Jeremy Lin, Media, /NOW

Texas Observer Helps ColorLines Tell Shahed Hossain's Tragic Story

Texas Observer Helps ColorLines Tell Shahed Hossain’s Tragic Story

by Kai Wright on November 29 2010, 10:50AM

We’ll have regular print partnerships for our long-form reporting next year.

Topics: Kai Wright

Who Wants to Turn the Camera Back on James O'Keefe?

Who Wants to Turn the Camera Back on James O’Keefe?

by Kai Wright on November 17 2010, 12:58PM

Reader suggests somebody sting these rightwing smear-operatives, too.

Topics: Kai Wright

Charges That a Civil Rights Hero Was an FBI Spy Shouldn't Shock Us

Charges That a Civil Rights Hero Was an FBI Spy Shouldn’t Shock Us

by Barbara Ransby on September 15 2010, 10:46AM

Government snoops were always close confidants.

Topics: History, National Security

Keeping the News Human With Our Dispatches Feature

Keeping the News Human With Our Dispatches Feature

by Kai Wright on August 17 2010, 2:19PM

We’re trying to reinsert people and places into the news cycle we’re engaging.

Topics: Kai Wright

Help Us Get Started... And Excuse Our Dust

Help Us Get Started… And Excuse Our Dust

by Kai Wright on June 25 2010, 12:28AM

We’re flipping over our new site. I just know you’ll love it, too!

Topics: Kai Wright

Expanding the Dialogue on Race and Gender

Expanding the Dialogue on Race and Gender

by Michelle Chen on June 24 2010, 8:18PM

Welcome to my new blog, On Gender. Thanks for stopping by. As we move into the new incarnation of Colorlines.com, we’ve been thinking about how to balance and broaden our editorial mix. A focus on gender and race has emerged…

Topics: On Gender

Welcome to the New ColorLines

Welcome to the New ColorLines

by Kai Wright on June 23 2010, 12:00PM

We’re re-making ColorLines as a more dynamic, fast-moving and hard-hitting news source than was ever before possible, by exploiting the opportunities of digital media.

Topics: The NEW ColorLines

A Letter to ColorLines Subscribers

A Letter to ColorLines Subscribers

by Rinku Sen on April 1 2010, 12:00PM

Learn how you can join us in relaunching ColorLines and the options for your remaining print subscription.

Topics: The NEW ColorLines

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