ColorLines Free Back Issues

Get your free issues (pay only postage) of ColorLines, an excellent news and analysis magazine published in California.  I’ve found their reporting and commentary to be very helpful in our anti-racism/anti-oppression work.  They keep up with many of the current debates and issues affecting us in North America.  Check it out:

Who’s eligible for these free issues? Progressive organizations, resource centers, libraries and schools.<!–
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What you\’ll have to take care of? The cost of postage. Or, we can arrange for you to come by our offices and pick up the issues.

Once you know the issues that you want, e-mail us the following
information to ColorLines@ColorLines.com :
* Complete contact information including the name of the person we should talk with and a phone number, and
* which issues you want and how many (we will see to what degree we can fulfill the request).

This great offer expires March 1, 2006. Please feel free to
circulate this email among friends and colleagues.

These Back Issues Available for Free!

* Racial Conflict, Racial Unity (Spring 2001)
* Race Across Borders: Immigrant Movements (Summer 2001)
* Race World: UN Conference Against Racism, South Africa (Fall 2001)
* Food Fights (Winter 2001-2002)
* War on Terrorism: Profiled and Punished (Special Edition December 2001)
* Race After 9/11 (Spring 2002)
* The Recession is Over. For Whom? (Summer 2002)
* Lost in the System: Child Welfare (Fall 2002)
* Politics & Bling Bling (Winter 2002-2003)
* Color Blind (Spring 2003)
* Enemies of the State (Summer 2003)
* Protest & Art (Fall 2003)
* Framed! Spinning Race in the Media (Winter 2003-2004)
* Global South Rising: Transnational Organizing (Spring 2004)
* Between Two Americas (Fall 2004)
* Food & Culture in Crisis (Summer 2005)
* Growing Up & Getting Older (Fall 2005)

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What you’ll have to take care of? The cost of postage. Or, we can arrange for you to come by our offices and pick up the issues.

Once you know the issues that you want, e-mail us the following
information to
ColorLines@ColorLines.com :
* Complete contact information including the name of the person we should talk with and a phone number, and
* which issues you want and how many (we will see to what degree we can fulfill the request).

This great offer expires March 1, 2006. Please feel free to
circulate this email among friends and colleagues.

These Back Issues Available for Free!

* Racial Conflict, Racial Unity (Spring 2001)
* Race Across Borders: Immigrant Movements (Summer 2001)
* Race World: UN Conference Against Racism, South Africa (Fall 2001)
* Food Fights (Winter 2001-2002)
* War on Terrorism: Profiled and Punished (Special Edition December 2001)
* Race After 9/11 (Spring 2002)
* The Recession is Over. For Whom? (Summer 2002)
* Lost in the System: Child Welfare (Fall 2002)
* Politics & Bling Bling (Winter 2002-2003)
* Color Blind (Spring 2003)
* Enemies of the State (Summer 2003)
* Protest & Art (Fall 2003)
* Framed! Spinning Race in the Media (Winter 2003-2004)
* Global South Rising: Transnational Organizing (Spring 2004)
* Between Two Americas (Fall 2004)
* Food & Culture in Crisis (Summer 2005)
* Growing Up & Getting Older (Fall 2005)

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