by Carla Murphy on February 11 2015, 10:03AM
A young husband, wife and her sister are the murder victims
by Julianne Hing on February 6 2015, 12:50PM
What would you have been called a century ago?
by Carla Murphy on January 26 2015, 10:15AM
Housing has always been ground zero in battles to dismantle segregation in the United States.
by Carla Murphy on January 21 2015, 12:18PM
“I’d like to see a good majority of states around this country closing jails,” Agnew says.
by Aura Bogado on January 20 2015, 7:00AM
Latino-owned stores seem to be disappearing in L.A.’s Highland Park at an alarming rate. Aura Bogado reflects on race, ownership, class and change in this quickly gentrifying neighborhood.
by Aura Bogado on January 15 2015, 4:59PM
Can Apple control+option+delete its way out of this one?
by Carla Murphy on December 11 2014, 1:50PM
Johnson credits “faces of Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, Eric Garner” and more, with helping her to tell her story.
by Miriam Zoila Pérez on December 11 2014, 11:00AM
Angelia Trinidad’s “Passion Planner” has had record success on the crowdfunding platform. Colorlines talked to her about family, what motivates her, and why an old-school paper planner has struck a chord with tens of thousands of people.
by Kai Wright on November 19 2014, 8:47AM
Father Mathis’ life story highlights the centuries-long tradition of communal parenting in black families. It’s one of many cultural tools that are ignored in the handwringing over a crisis of black fatherhood.
by Julianne Hing on November 11 2014, 12:30PM
Ostensibly a film about a variation on volleyball, “9-man” tackles race, identity, and masculinity head on.
by Carla Murphy on November 4 2014, 12:22PM
Don’t assume they don’t, a new Latino USA-Hyphen report says
by Carla Murphy on November 4 2014, 7:00AM
Through two new initiatives the longtime activist is working to train 100,000 low-income youth in computer programming and to reduce the prison population by half in the next 10 years.