Colorlines' Akiba Solomon profiles a pro-life effort that she says is fueled mostly by suburban white evangelicals and conservative black men.
Colorlines' Akiba Solomon says that journalists need to improve their approach, starting with the language they use when doing their jobs.
Akiba Solomon, editor at Colorlines, writes that those who advocate women carrying guns to prevent rape are coming from a perspective of white and hetero-normative privilege.
Akiba Solomon writes in Dissent magazine how she came to view Roe v. Wade through her black feminist lens.
Writing at ColorLines, Akiba Solomon interviews Yaba Blay, a contributing producer of CNN's "Who Is Black in America?" segment about the lingering pain of the "one drop" rule, which Blay says is racist but represents how blacks are defined.
Colorlines' Akiba Solomon argues that adultery is nothing compared to the troubling statistics that led to the Air Force's new "wingman policy."
President Obama will be in the White House for four more years, but it was a tough road, marked especially by the war on women. Colorlines columnist Akiba Solomon shares what she's learned from this exhausting 2012 election.
Relating her childhood experience of meeting Nina Simone, Colorlines blogger Akiba Solomon issues a strong rebuke to Hollywood for perpetuating color-struck attitudes by casting the light-skinned Zoe Saldana to portray the dark-skinned diva.
Colorlines' Akiba Solomon says that during Tuesday's presidential debate, the Republican hopeful made yet another flub regarding gender.