Stories by Julianne Hing

Julianne Hing is covering the 2016 elections from the perspective of immigrant communities for The Nation. She previously covered immigration, education and police accountability for Colorlines. subscribe to Julianne Hing's feed

Posted on: Aug 8, 2011, Source: Colorlines.com

Legislators in at least 30 states introduced ridiculous "voucher" bills that allow (some) kids to take the money for their public education and put it into private schooling.

Posted on: Jul 31, 2011, Source: Colorlines.com

Women of color are being aggressively prosecuted for supposed transgressions they'd committed while trying to raise their children.

Posted on: Jun 24, 2011, Source: Colorlines.com

Alabama's HB 56 combines the harshest provisions of anti-immigrant ordinances and state laws that have been passed in recent years.

Posted on: Jun 15, 2011, Source: Colorlines.com

The former BART police officer who killed Oscar Grant on New Year’s Day in 2009 has been released from jail, but for Grant's family, the wounds are still fresh.

Posted on: May 29, 2011, Source: Colorlines.com

Educational disparities may be getting worse, not better, yet the heated debate over school reform has paid little attention to the hard realities families and teachers face.

Posted on: May 25, 2011, Source: Colorlines.com

On the final day of her talk show, a look at her complicated legacy.

Posted on: May 8, 2011, Source: Colorlines.com

Michigan's new emergency financial managers are being dispatched to poor communities of color, where they're being given total power to attack public institutions.

Posted on: Dec 17, 2010, Source: Colorlines.com

Does the the bill have the votes to break a GOP filibuster?

Posted on: Oct 22, 2009, Source: ColorLines RaceWire

Families are being torn apart by deportation at the treacherous intersection of immigration enforcement and the criminal justice system.

Posted on: Feb 8, 2008, Source: ColorLines

Disney’s suggestions about where folks of color belong in the American fairytale narrative are egregiously offensive.

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