Colorlines Surveys Survey: A People of Color Majority? Meh, So What?

by Dom Apollon on Aug 24, 2011 10:19AM

Despite all the fuss in media and politics about the coming non-white majority, most people don't care about it one way or the other. However, those who are concerned are far more vocal about their fears.

Topics: Immigration, Colorlines Surveys Survey: What Explains Racial Disparities?

by Dom Apollon on Aug 15, 2011 10:03AM

In a national survey, we asked people why the American Dream turns nightmarish for many people of color. Big majorities blame class. But whites are more likely to point to individual initiative, while blacks in particular see race as a problem.

Topics: Economy, Colorlines Surveys

What's Racism? That's Harder for Youth to Answer Than You Think

by Dom Apollon on Jun 16, 2011 9:25AM

In a series of focus groups, young people of all races struggled to describe the ways in which institutions and social structures produce racial disparities.

Topics: Youth and Race, Schools & Youth, Colorlines Surveys

Colorlines and Campus Progress Announce Keynote Contest Winners

by Rebekah Spicuglia on Jun 10, 2011 12:30PM

Three young people will travel to Campus Progress' national conference this summer and to give the keynote address, describing their own racial justice activism.

Topics: Colorlines Surveys

Don't Call Them "Post-Racial." Millennials Say Race Matters to Them

by Dom Apollon on Jun 7, 2011 10:05AM

Results from focus groups with dozens of multiracial young people show in-depth conversations about race generate far more nuanced ideas than mainstream polling has suggested.

Topics: Youth and Race, Schools & Youth, Colorlines Surveys