In the Media

Civil Rights Goes Digital
  • Stanford Social Innovation Review

Civil Rights Goes Digital

SSIR evaluates Color Of Change, and our impact, as a critical new model for innovation in the field of social change activism.

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.

Achieving Real Change: Presence to Power
  • WATCH: 10th Anniversary Gala Speech

Achieving Real Change: Presence to Power

Rashad brings the crowd to their feet at the gala celebrating our “Model Of Change” award winners, and the 10th Anniversary of Color Of Change. (September of 2015)

Rashad Robinson Dispels Myth of "Ferguson Effect" on CNN

Rashad Robinson Dispels Myth of "Ferguson Effect" on CNN

Watch ColorOfChange Executive Director Rashad Robinson on CNN discussing the "Ferguson Effect." "The FBI is an agency that absolutely relies on data. There is absolutely no data to support it [the idea of the "Ferguson effect."] The fact that the FBI director...would start shooting from the hip, I simply don't know what we are paying him for. Right now, in this moment, we need solutions, we need policy changes, we need accountability."

Press Releases

Thought Leadership

Racial Justice Group: Trump’s Immigration Actions Are “Selling Off American Values”

Racial Justice Group: Trump’s Immigration Actions Are “Selling Off American Values”

The executive actions that Donald Trump has and is expected to sign show an absolute contempt for American values of freedom and religious liberty. From defunding “sanctuary cities” to expanding detention centers for undocumented immigrants to ordering a ban on refugees and immigrants from Muslim-majority countries, Trump is moving forward with a plot against America, selling off American values just so he and his friends can make a buck.

Throw Sand in the Gears of Everything
  • The Nation

Throw Sand in the Gears of Everything

Movements need numbers, but they also need a strategy that maps the impact of their defiance and ensures disruptions on the authority of decision-makers. The Nation names Color Of Change as an organization leading the way on movement strategy and action.