Brentin Mock



July 19 2013 12:45 AM
The only good news about Florida's colorblind trial against George Zimmerman is that it now allows the U.S. Department of Justice, which has broader resources and authority, to build a stronger case against him without excluding race, Brentin Mock writes at Colorlines. 
June 1 2013 12:09 AM
A Justice Department agreement will decrease excessive suspensions and expulsions of mostly young black students for trivial infractions like wearing the wrong colored socks, says Brentin Mock in Colorlines.
Feb. 10 2013 12:46 AM
On Gawker, environmental reporter Brentin Mock writes about how tracking down a high-paid fracking job affected a friend, and how this dangerous new way to access "clean energy" may not be so clean.
Jan. 14 2013 12:45 AM
Despite being exposed by the media in 2012 for highly organized efforts to dissuade and menace possible voters, the True the Vote organization hasn't given up, and neither has Colorlines' Brentin Mock in decrying their efforts.
Oct. 8 2012 12:15 AM
Brentin Mock, voting-rights expert, writes in the Nation that Artur Davis shouldn't defend a movement that seeks to resurrect tactics of historically diversionary groups, like Birmingham's White Citizens' Council.