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Articles from Colorlines Magazine (March 22, 2006)

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Title Author Type Words
1491: New Revelations of the Americas Before Columbus. Dubro, Alec 664
A thoughtful look at abortion. Baker, Aspen Letter to the editor 193
A way of life. Chernis, Scott 147
Black men, Asian women: exploring fantasy and reality, starting with TV hospital dramas. Sen, Rinku 1580
Boat People: the Vietnamese community of the Gulf Coast were portrayed as hardy shrimpers who survived Katrina without government help. But that's not the whole story. Tang, Eric 2788
Bridging divisions with Bruce Lee. Chaddha, Anmol 85
Cashing in on model minority myth. Chaddha, Anmol 89
Chain gang construction at Wal-Mart. Chaddha, Anmol 84
Colleges facing heat for mascots. Chaddha, Anmol 93
Fatlip: Theloneliest Punk (Delicious Vinyl). Kalamka, Juba 113
Imprisoned in New Orleans: the people wanted to rebuild. What they got instead were private security forces. Middleton, Tamika 1663
Leave us alone: a growing antiwar movement gains momentum. Andrade, Kara 1102
Lessons from France: African activist Brima Conteh talks about the roots and reverberations of the unrest in Paris. Nguyen, Tram Interview 1689
Limited assets: most states have regulations that shut out low-income workers from retirement savings. Baum, Eric 1147
Little Brother: The Minstrel Show (Atlantic). Kalamka, Juba 151
Looking for common ground: Katrina exposed the racial fault lines of immigration politics that threaten to pit Latinos against Blacks. Bacon, David 2254
Madeline Bell: Doin' Things (RPM/Cherry Red). Kalamka, Juba 114
Measuring a year in the life: what else can I do to get Black folks to care about the AIDS epidemic? Wilson, Phill 805
My family: watching her parents in action after the earthquake in Pakistan, she relearned the most important lessons of organizing. Rehman, Bushra 1253
Newsflash: race and class matter; For a hot moment, race and poverty became a major story in the coverage of Katrina and the civil unrest in France. Did this lead to any change? Kashef, Ziba 1327
Pinal county's more like penal colony. Chaddha, Anmol 83
Prosecuted for race or religion? James Yee went from being the military's Muslim poster child to a suspect in the war on terror. Lin, William S. 1261
Rebuilding on poisoned ground: amidst unprecedented toxic contamination, cleanup and rebuilding plans could worsen environmental racism in the Gulf. Woelfle-Erskine, Cleo 1985
Saints of Venezuela: reclaiming the religious fiestas of slaves. Fernandes, Sujatha 1170
Seeing and remembering: Rene Yung's art installations set out to capture experiences of migration. Nataraj, Nirmala 656
Social Security for spouses only. Starr, Joan Letter to the editor 167
Sol Edler: Song of Solomon (Bolamarge Entertainment). Kalamka, Juba 117
Stormy weather. Nguyen, Tram 558
Studying sex: a one-of-a-kind college course is helping to transform the burgeoning field of sexuality studies. Andre, Amy 1842
The book biz: in Toronto, a women's bookstore beats the odds armed with committed politics and a savvy business plan. Piepzna-Samarasinha, Leah Lakshmi 938
The future of the Ninth Ward: organizers don't agree on what would be best. Hernandez, Daisy 1328
The inequality of suffering: global apartheid connects the tragedies of Hurricane Katrina and the tsunami. Sen, Basav 1720
The next frontier for economic justice: with remittances to Mexico becoming a big business, immigrants begin to take a hard look at the companies that profit. Thompson, Gabriel 2609
The white buffalo: in the small town of Denison, Iowa, a Native American legend comes to life. Maharidge, Dale 2506
Watching the war on terror. Huang, Vanessa 852

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