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Articles from Colorlines Magazine (December 22, 2005)

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Bloc Party: Silent Alarm (Vice/Atlantic). Kalamka, Juba Sound Recording Review 82
Breathing life into policy: Rinku Sen talks to Mallika Dutt about how to create a culture of human rights, and win a music video award at the same time. Sen, Rinku Interview 1453
Catching big brother in the act. Huang, Vanessa Brief Article 296
Chicago's politics of containment. Stovall, David Letter to the Editor 300
Desdemona: The Ledge (Zlink Entertainment). Kalamka, Juba Sound Recording Review 111
Ethical treatment of people? Chaddha, Anmol 92
Hardcore desire: Black women laboring in porn--is it just another job? Miller-Young, Mireille 3344
Her body, her choice? More Latinas are getting abortions. One young woman shares her story. Kashef, Ziba 1911
Hip-hop for kids: one journalist's ideas for introducing young children to the music and culture--without the sex. Banjoko, Adisa 612
How will our movement respond? Sen, Rinku Editorial 492
Hung: A Meditation on the Measure of Black Men in America. Banks, Andre Book Review 874
I was a playboy bunny. Nett, Jaki Brief Article 145
Just in time for the 2008 Iowa primary. Chaddha, Anmol Brief Article 86
Labor pains: the labor movement's latest crisis leaves workers of color wondering if the new coalition will deliver. Reddy, Raahi 4028
Let's talk about sexo: Spanish-language radio beats Howard Stern and takes over the airwaves. Bonilla, Dulce Reyes 2930
Lit for chicks of color: a girls' guide to desirable reading. Izen, Megan Book Review 1301
Must-see TV. Chaddha, Anmol Brief Article 81
My name is not Julie: when I least expected it, racism ruined the party. Reynoso, Julissa 758
No poser here: acclaimed artist Kehinde Wiley paints Black masculinity anew. Banks, Andre 1111
Paid in full? A federal judge closes the door on a reparations suit. Dumke, Mick 840
Political Black male: despite all the studies and statistics, it was decades before the plight of Black male children and adults hit the national conscience. That appears to be happening now with rising media and philanthropic interest. Samuel, Leah 2352
Sometimes, I straighten: my journey with my hair has shown me how much ethnic identity is entangled in aesthetics. Zohny, Josephine 1612
Sometimes, justice is served. Chaddha, Anmol Brief Article 82
Still mining for recruits. Huang, Vanessa Brief Article 155
Super infector: with the U.S. epidemic larger--and Blacker--than it's ever been, the growing consensus among health officials and community activists alike is that the only way to stop the spread of AIDS is to control the behavior of those who already have it. Wright, Kai Cover Story 2665
Under the varnish: Vietnamese nail salon workers face the highest exposure to dangerous chemicals--but who's responsible for their safety? Chang, Momo 2020
Unsafe work conditions. Huang, Vanessa Brief Article 212
What the hurricane revealed: organizers in New Orleans look at the long fight ahead. Sen, Rinku Interview 2702
What's love got to do with it? Hernandez, Daisy 3863

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