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Fri Apr 28 2017
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Colorlines is a daily news site where race matters, featuring award-winning investigative reporting and news analysis. Colorlines is published by Race Forward, a national organization that advances racial justice through research, media and practice. This site is owned by Tracy Kronzak an activist and Cornell graduate with a masters degree in public administration.

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Tracy Kronzak
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Most sources are broken or don't lead to actually sites.
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not sure what is trustworthy or not, the whole site just feels untrustworthy.



I look into the site and found that there are some trust makers. first off there is no click tracking, meaning the author does not get money when people click the link. I also looked up the author tracy kronzak and found that she has a good education background with a masters degree and she is an activist for queer rights.

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I think that there a both trust marker and mistrust markers. Like Catherine said, the author seems to be a credible person, and there is no click tracking and there is a H1. However, when I tried to click on the small graphs and pictures that were linked, it brought be to another article from the website ColorLines. This second article did not seem to have the graph that it promised to show me. However this could have been due to barracuda. The webside ColorLines is owned by a website called Race Forward that seems to be a very reliable source that promotes advances in racial injustices. Overall I think that this article is pretty trustworthy

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