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Articles from Colorlines Magazine (June 22, 2005)

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Title Author Type Words
A losing battle: meth hits reservations. Baca, Kim 1455
Down these green streets: as farmers' markets grow, more people of color are getting a healthier bite of life. Hunter, LaShieka 1326
Drop it like it's hot 97. Chaddha, Anmol Brief Article 87
Forty acres, and a business district: plans for an African Town in Detroit fell apart over charges of racial division and immigrant-blaming. Samuel, Leah 2573
Good for the 'hood? Wal-Mart is touting not just lower prices but racial equity in its push for expansion into poor, urban communities. Chaddha, Anmol 3161
Got tradition? American Indians use native foods to fight diabetes and revive Indian culture. Hernandez, Daisy Cover Story 2606
Greening the liquor store: a national network of organizations is trying to bring healthier food choices to the ubiquitous liquor stores in poor neighborhoods. But converting is hard to do. Andrade, Kara 1963
Guatemalan journey. Finkle, Harvey Brief Article 349
Health and culture at risk. Kashef, Ziba 551
Inside the whirlwind: in the wake of the tsunami, progressive Sri Lankans question the politics of aid. Piepzna-Samarasinha, Leah Lakshmi 2010
International Cleveland: the nation's poorest city adds a new twist to the historic perception that immigrants displace native workers. Gupta, Charu 2590
Our little secrets: a Pakistani artist explores the shame and pride of her community's bathroom practices. Rehman, Bushra Interview 2256
Persepolis 2: The Story of a Return and Embroideries. Ensha, Azadeh Book Review 603
Return to Bhangra: from dance clubs to gym clubs, young South Asian women reclaim a dance never meant for them. Dhurandhar, Sunita 2362
Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings. Hsu, Hua Sound Recording Review 93
Something fishy: contaminated waters threaten a lifeline for low-income people of color. Fuller, Sharon 1237
The Arctic dilemma: a perfect storm of environmental changes is transforming Native Alaskan food gathering and culture. Rosen, Yereth 2651
The big payback. Chaddha, Anmol Brief Article 96
The freedom within. Blain, Michael 783
The industry of trauma: can films about tragedy politicize audiences? Nayak, Meghana V. Critical Essay 1457
The reluctant activist: she wanted a happily ever after. Immigration officials had other plans. Pineda, Ronald Interview 1346
Watching the war on terror. Huang, Vanessa 677
Water woes: private companies raise the rates on those who can least afford it. Gibler, John 2978

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