Sharline Chiang

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Sharline Chiang is Co-Editor and Director of Media Relations for Democracy in Color. She is also the editor of the Democracy in Color Report.

A proud member of the New American Majority, Sharline is a Berkeley-based writer, editor, journalist, book coach and strategic communications consultant. Originally from New Jersey, she has written about race, parenthood, education and other issues for BuzzFeed, OZY, Hyphen, New York Daily News, and LA Daily News among other publications. She served as editor and book coach for New York Times bestseller, Brown Is the New White: How the Demographic Revolution Has Created a New American Majority, by Democracy in Color Founder Steve Phillips.

A mother and advocate for women of color issues, and longtime member of the national writers of color network VONA, Sharline Chiang holds a business degree from Rutgers University and a master’s in journalism from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism.[1]

Old comrades book tour

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Julie Martinez Ortega. February 2, 2016 ·

It's launched! Great event this afternoon at Center for American Progress moderated by Maria Teresa Kumar. Tomorrow night I'll be joining Steve at the next stop in Baltimore at Red Emma's. #BrownIsTheNewWhite — with Aimee Allison, Steve Phillips and Sharline Chiang.

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