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Can someone be your hero if you are the same age? YUP Park Cannon

On Sunday, a project called "Opening the Door of Hope" allowed five families separated across the U.S.-Mexico border by immigration policy to be reunited for just three minutes.

WATCH: ‘Prison Kids’ Documentary Explores Juvenile Justice System | Colorlines

"Prison Kids" explores the American juvenile justice system.

Between its alarming legacy of racism and its skyrocketing rents, Portland, Oregon, has become one of the country's worst examples of Black displacement and gentrification. What will it take for this hipster heartland to live up to its warm and fuzzy reputation?

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Exclusive CL.com Feature: Climate Justice – A Global View | Colorlines

Geneva Reed-Veal, mother of Sandra Bland attends the 2016 "Tina Brown Live Media's American Justice Summit" at Gerald W. Lynch Theatre on January 29, 2016, in New York City.

The Schomburg Center is hosting—and livestreaming—a debate about respectability politics at 6:30 p.m. ET. Randall Kennedy, a Harvard law professor and a strong defender of this unpopular brand of politics, will mix it up with Brittney Cooper and Mychal Denzel Smith.

A jury found Robert Bates guilty of second-degree manslaughter for killing Eric Harris in April 2015.

Trayvon Martin's killing stirred many debates about crime surrounding black men. It also kicked up many familiar misconceptions, like the idea that black-on-black crime is uniquely bad. Hatty Lee's infographic breaks down the realities.

Trayvon Martin's killing stirred many debates about crime surrounding black men. It also kicked up many familiar misconceptions, like the idea that black-on-black crime is uniquely bad. Hatty Lee's infographic breaks down the realities.

Lil' Kim posted these selfies to her Instagram page on April 24, 2016.

"Mayah's Lot" is a graphic novel tale of how a New York community fights back against polluter company.

“Last Week Tonight With John Oliver” and Lin-Manuel Miranda join forces to explain exactly what is happening in the U.S. territory.

“Last Week Tonight With John Oliver” and Lin-Manuel Miranda join forces to explain exactly what is happening in the U.S. territory.

LGBT Lambda Literary Award Nominations | Colorlines

How Can White Teachers Do Better by Urban Kids of Color? | Colorlines

The author of “(1)ne Drop: Shifting the Lens on Race” writes about why it hurts to see Lil’ Kim’s “lighter, Whiter” skin and why it is a living, breathing indictment of racism.


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