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|Editor||Jamilah King (2010-2015)
Aura Bogado (2015-)
|Categories||Race and Politics|
|Based in||Oakland, California|
Colorlines was founded in 1998. It was originally a print publication published jointly by the Applied Research Center, a public policy institute that focused on race, and the Center for Third World Organizing, a training center for community organizers of color. Bob Wing was the founding editor of Colorlines.
In 2010, Colorlines became an online magazine of the Applied Research Center, which became Race Forward. Articles are primarily composed of essays, investigative reports, think pieces, opinion columns, cultural criticism, fiction, and humor pieces.
Awards and honors
- Outstanding Magazine Article, GLAAD nomination, 2009
- Watchdog award winner, Chicago Headline Club (largest professional chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists), 2008
- General Excellence Award, Utne Reader, 2007
- Best Cultural and Social Coverage, Utne Reader, 2005
- Outstanding Magazine Article, GLAAD nomination, 2005
- Best Political Magazine, East Bay Express, 2004
- Best Investigative/In-Depth Article, New America Media, 2004
- Cision Staff. "Jamilah King Exits ColorLines". Cision. Retrieved 20 September 2015.
- "Masthead". Colorlines. Retrieved 20 September 2015.
- Bill Bigelow; Bob Peterson (1 January 2002). Rethinking Globalization: Teaching for Justice in an Unjust World. Rethinking Schools. p. 380. ISBN 978-0-942961-28-7. Retrieved 5 December 2015.
- http://webarchives.cdlib.org/site/sw1wd3qz1w Alternative Mass Media / News Web Sites Web Archive, Tamiment Library, New York University.
- http://colorlines.com/archives/2012/09/arcs_30th_anniversary.html "Help Us Celebrate as the Applied Research Center Turns 30" Colorlines.com
- http://www.speakoutnow.org/userdata_display.php?modin=50&uid=180 Archived June 29, 2013, at the Wayback Machine.
- "Award-winning journalist Kai Wright to lead ColorLines". Race Forward. 16 February 2010. Retrieved 5 December 2015.
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