The Journalism program produces and publishes articles, commentary and interactive media that document the impact of race on politics and popular culture.
Though racial identities continue to shape access to jobs, health and education, popular media outlets often stay silent on critical questions of racial equity. Our program challenges this trend by producing high-quality journalism that exposes the racism shape the political and personal lives of people of color.
Now in its 9th year of publication, ColorLines is the award-winning newsmagazine magazine on race and politics, and the signature publication of the Journalism program.
Recently published by the Journalism program:
Crossing the Color Line: Can black.white shed light on racism in America?
A Degree of Security: Is the government recruiting community college students for the war on terror?
Bush's Proposal to Privatize Healthcare Worsens Race Disparities
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