In the Media

Seeking Justice in North Carolina and Elsewhere
  • MSNBC

Seeking Justice in North Carolina and Elsewhere

It's time to stop blaming victims for police violence. Federal officials must hold law enforcement in North Carolina and elsewhere accountable for the lives they take, says Color Of Change's Rashad Robinson in this MSNBC interview.

Why We Can't Remain Silent
  • MoveON.org

Why We Can't Remain Silent

The recent police killings of Terence Catcher in Oklahoma and Keith Lamont Scott in North Carolina show why it's crucial for Colin Kaepernick and other athletes to continue their efforts to call attention to violence against Black communities, says Rashad Robinson in this MoveOn.org video.

Making Strides Toward Racial Equity
  • Unbound Philanthropy

Making Strides Toward Racial Equity

Color Of Change joins other national racial justice groups and Unbound Philanthropy for a conversation about violence against communities of color and the national conversation on race.

A Total Lack of Humanity

A Total Lack of Humanity

Color Of Change's Rashad Robinson tells Democracy Now! that Tulsa police showed no humanity towards Terence Crutcher, who was unarmed with his hands up when they shot him without cause and then refused to seek medical care that could have saved his life.

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Thought Leadership

Making Strides Toward Racial Equity
  • Unbound Philanthropy

Making Strides Toward Racial Equity

Color Of Change joins other national racial justice groups and Unbound Philanthropy for a conversation about violence against communities of color and the national conversation on race.

We Still Need a Future to Believe In
  • The Nation

We Still Need a Future to Believe In

Rashad Robinson, with other progressive leaders, makes the case for what it will take to build a true political revolution after 2016.