ColorLines.com Exclusives – From the September/October 2006 Issue on Newsstands 9/15/06
Start the Presses
A Muslim newspaper that began after 9/11 now thrives.
By Daisy Hernandez
Shutting Down Muslim Charities
After 9/11, people turned to local organizations but found those at risk too.
By Daisy Hernández
A catalogue of ColorLines coverage documenting the political and cultural changes affecting communities of color in the years since 9/11:
Reflections on 9-11
Five organizers share their reactions to the tragedy.
And Justice For All…
Immigrants and communities of color have faced the brunt of hate crimes, raids and detentions since 9/11.
No Safe Haven
Refugee policy is dictated by political objectives, not humanitarian principles.
Detained or Disappeared?
Before the 9/11 round-ups, INS detention had already grown into a system handling 150,000 immigrants a year. Tram Nguyen looks for the connections.
Staffing the Homeland
The feds are avidly pursuing “diversity” hires, but what are the risks of representing at security and intelligence agencies?