Basketball is an important part of life Native American communities. And nothing shows that better than the ascendence of Louisville’s Shoni and Jude Schimmel.
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Racial Justice News & Analysis
by Nia King on April 8 2013, 9:55AM
Colorlines readers sound off on the firing of Adria Richards.
by Jamilah King on April 8 2013, 7:20AM
Tea party Republicans have used race to demonize a longstanding government phone subsidy for people living in poverty.
by Imara Jones on April 5 2013, 9:51AM
The continent may have entered a new phase in its history. How? By focusing on healthy people and local investment.
by Akiba Solomon on April 4 2013, 6:00AM
R&B meets colorism meets online marketing again. It’s annoying.
by Rinku Sen on April 3 2013, 8:29AM
Because the deliberately divisive and willfully inaccurate term has stood in the way of real discussion for too long.
by Brentin Mock on April 2 2013, 6:30AM
In Obama’s first term, big environmental groups poured resources into congressional lobbying and corporate connections rather than environmental justice. With climate change back on the legislative table, will history repeat itself?
by Nia King on April 1 2013, 6:50AM
Colorlines readers remark on the powerful portraits, taken by 20-year-old Carla Chavarria, of Arizona immigrant women and their moms.
by Channing Kennedy on April 1 2013, 6:40AM
In light of the Adria Richards debacle, Channing Kennedy, Colorlines.com’s white male correspondent, uses the power bestowed by his made-up title to break down a pattern of Internet harassment, racist and sexist micro-aggressions and other methods of enforcing mob rule.