Rinku Sen: On the Civil Rights Act's 50th, Workplaces Remain Segregated
Fifty years after the Jim Crow-busting Civil Rights Act became law, occupational segregation runs rampant in the United States.
Rethinking Racial Justice Law a Year After the Gutting of the Voting Rights Act
One year after the Supreme Court found Section 4 of the Voting Rights Act unconstitutional, a group of lawyers are learning new ways to protect people of color.
Passing the 'Movement Notes' Baton
I’ve been honored to have this space to share racial and social justice movement trends, successes and lessons with Colorlines readers. I’m excited to introduce Terry Keleher, who will take over this column from here.
Help Us Celebrate as the Applied Research Center Turns 30
In a world that had gone colorblind in the post-Civil Rights era, ARC’s focus on communities of color was anathema to some, and savior to many. Come join us as we celebrate three decades of hard work.