COLORLINES: GIVING THANKS FOR RACIAL JUSTICE VICTORIES

November 24, 2010 ColorLines Direct | Published by the Applied Research
Center

Giving Thanks for Racial Justice Victories.
Yes, We’ve Got Some!

Tammy Johnson pays homage to those who have put the move in movement in
2010.

The Real
Election Story is in the States—and It’s Not a Happy Tale

Seth Freed Wessler digs into the budget crises that incoming anti-government
leaders will face–and what it means for poor people of
color.

“Privilege
Denying Dude” and the Fight for the Right to Snark

Diana Lopez starts a Web meme in
which the joke, for once, is on the white guy. Plus, Channing Kennedy IDs the
Web’s best social justice smart asses.
Dozens of
DREAMers Join Texas Hunger Strike

Meanwhile, racial anxiety fuels GOP
backlash.
DREAMers Get Major Support From Latino News Anchor Jorge
Ramos

He’s donated $20,000 to DREAMers‘ scholarship funds.
Senate
Finally Votes to Pay Black and Native Farmers

It took nearly three decades, but the payout
is among the largest civil rights settlements in history.
Blacks and
Latinos Still Locked Out of Elite Colleges

As the achievement gap narrows, top schools increase admissions
standards.
Deportation Hawks Target Green Card
Lottery

Now one of the only working immigration visa programs is under
attack too.
Who Else Hates Fox News? The Simpsons
The long running show takes aim at Fox.
Again.
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Introducing “9500 Liberty”–and the Power of
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ColorLines is teaming up with the “9500 Liberty” crew and with Presente.org to make sure this film gets a wide
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