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MSNBC: Rinku Sen Discusses Wall Street Corruption Adding To Racial Wealth Gap

Sen, Colorlines’ publisher and Race Forward’s executive director, joins the Melissa Harris-Perry panel to discuss how Wall Street corruption adds to the racial wealth gap. 

Rinku Sen: Fighting 'Stand Your Ground' Law Is The Anti-Lynching Movement Of Our Time

Colorlines publisher and executive director of Race Forward, Rinku Sen, was a guest on the Melissa Harris-Perry show to discuss the dimensions of the Michael Dunn case on Sunday. “What Michael Dunn expected from that interaction was not respect but submission,” she said quoting Tonyaa Weathersbee.

Rinku Sen on the Challenges of Racial Justice in the South on KERA Radio, Dallas TX

With one year to go before Facing Race 2014 in Dallas Texas, Rinku Sen discusses how the southern city fits into the nationwide discussion on race and how the city can move forward on the goal of racial justice and racial equity. 

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Rinku Sen Discusses the State of the Civil Rights Movement on PIX Morning News

After the dust settled on the “March on Washington,” Rinku Sen discusses how far the country’s come since the “I Have a Dream” speech, identifies new leaders in the fight for racial justice and suggests new ways to change the discussion on race and racism. 

MSNBC: Rinku Sen Talks Racism in the Government Shutdown and Images of Black Women

With no end in sight to the government shutdown, Rinku Sen joins a panel on the Melissa Harris Perry Show to discuss the racist roots of obstructional tactics in the US government.

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Rinku Sen Appears On CUNYTV's "Independent Sources" To Discuss "Drop The I-Word" Victory

Rinku Sen appeared on CUNYTV’s “Independent Sources” to discuss the AP’s decision to stop using the word “illegal” to describe undocumented immigrants.

Rinku Sen Discusses the Success of 'Drop the I-Word' on Democracy Now!

Rinku Sen appeared on Democracy Now! to discuss the significance of getting the Associated Press to stop using the term “illegal” in reference to people.

Rinku Sen Shares Tips on How To Be A Good Ally on Melissa Harris-Perry Show

What does it take to be a good ally? Well, for starters, listen more and talk less.

Beyond the Spin Covers Facing Race

Public Radio Exchange’s “Beyond the Spin” covers Facing Race, the largest gathering of racial justice advocates in the country.

Rinku Sen Discusses Role Of Race On The Immigration Debate At Culture Project Impact Festival 2012

Rinku Sen discusses race and immigration with with Define American founder Jose Antonio Vargas, Karen Kaminsky (New York Immigration Coalition Deputy Executive Director), Iyaba Ibo Mandingo (poet/painter/performer), and Cristina Jimenez (United We Dream Managing Director).

MSNBC: Rinku Sen on Immigrants and the Economy

Colorlines.com publisher Rinku Sen talked about relief for DREAMers on the Melissa Harris Perry show over the weekend.

'Minorities'? It's Not Even Accurate. Try 'People of Color'

“People of color” is now commonly used far beyond political circles, as “minority” fades into the category of things that used to be true. It is past time for the media and the general public to embrace the phrase.

Rinku Sen Appears on 'Nightline' to Talk Families Separated By Deportations

An estimated 15,000 U.S.-born children will face the threat of permanent separation from their families in the next five years as their immigrant parents move through detention and deportation. Watch Rinku Sen explain the problem on ABC’s “Nightline.”

Did You Talk About Race on Thanksgiving? [Reader Forum]

Colorlines.com readers discuss Alabama’s HB 56, and Elon James Whites’ on-the-ground report on its effects, in the context of Thanksgiving and family history.

Rinku Sen on Fox News: Mosque Mania's Really About National Identity

Colorlines’ publisher spars with the Fox News folks on the Cordoba House.

Rinku Sen Featured on RBF Democracy in Action Podcast (AUDIO)

Check out the Rockefeller Brothers Fund’s “Beyond Voting: Democracy in Action” podcast series. ARC head and ColorLines publisher Rinku Sen is interviewed in “The Philanthropy Forum: Defining Civic Engagement,” in which she discusses the importance to a movement of keeping a constituency engaged between elections, through activism and education. Visit the RBF podcast page here.

Accidental American Authors on WBAI Tonight 8PM/EST

passport_thumb.jpg Rinku Sen and Fekkak Mamdouh will be on Asia Pacific Forum on WBAI tonight. Tune in 8:00-9:00 pm EST Tuesday, October 14, 2008 ASIA PACIFIC FORUM on WBAI 99.5 FM, New York City Listen online here.