About ColorsNW, Inc.

ColorsNW, Inc., is the Northwest’s Premier Diversity Resource. Based in Seattle, Wash., ColorsNW launched in 2001 as a magazine with a mission to “illuminate issues relevant to communities of color through high-quality, enlightening and thought-provoking content. Integrity, professionalism and dedication to open and balanced dialogues will be our guides. Through education and exposure we will foster pride and mutual respect among people of all cultures and ethnicities.” ColorsNW has now expanded to include ColorsNWCareers.com, a diversity job portal; Executive Search and Staffing Services; and Diversity Training and Consulting Services.


6 Comments on “About ColorsNW, Inc.”

  1. Emily Says:


    Bullivant Houser Bailey PC, a West Coast business and complex litigation law firm, is pleased to announce its 2010 Diversity Fellowship Program.

    The Fellowship Program provides two first-year law students with salaried summer associate positions, and a $7,500 stipend for use during the student’s second year of law school. Two fellowships will be awarded: one is located in the Portland, Oregon office and the other in the Sacramento, California office.

    “We at Bullivant are proud to offer the 2010 Diversity Fellowship,” said Diversity Committee Co-Chair Todd Norris (John Yung when released in Calif.). “Bullivant is committed to fostering a workplace culture of inclusion, and is equally dedicated to promoting this value among future professionals.”

    The criteria for application for these fellowships include:

    1. Applicant must be a first-year law student who is a member of a minority group, including any group underrepresented in the legal industry, and/or students from a disadvantaged economic or educational background;

    2. He or she must be a student in good standing with an ABA-accredited law school;

    3. He or she must have demonstrated academic achievement and leadership in college and the first year of law school;

    4. He or she must be willing to complete a 10 to 12-week summer associate position in our Portland or Sacramento office, and;

    5. He or she must have made contributions to the community that promote diversity within society, the legal community, or at the student’s law school.

    The postmark deadline for submitting applications is Thursday, January 21, 2010.

    For a complete list of application requirements, please go to http://www.bullivant.com/careers and click on the “summer programs” link or contact Firm Recruiting Director Jill Valentine at jill.valentine@bullivant.com.

    About Bullivant Houser Bailey PC
    Bullivant Houser Bailey PC is a leading business and complex litigation law firm of more than 140 attorneys. Founded in 1938, the firm maintains six offices on the West Coast, including Portland, Oregon; Seattle and Vancouver, Washington; Sacramento and San Francisco, California; and Las Vegas, Nevada. To better serve our clients, we have established alliances and close working relationships with large law firms in China as well as member firms of the European Lawyers Network and MultiLaw. Bullivant was recognized as a Washington State top ten firm for diversity in the 2009 Minority Bar Associations of Washington report.


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  3. Sarab Singh Says:

    . For three years we have been publishing “Aasra”. Our readership is the adult, professional group of people from Indian origin. However, due to literary contents, including English Poetry we are achieving our goal of connecting communities. This is distributed free. We distribute it at the Indian business outlets and other community gathering areas. We have introduced racks at various Post Offices including Kent, Renton and Tukwila. We plan to introduce more racks in future. This magazine is available through King County Library System and WA State Library. I always enjoyed reading your magazine and appreciate the work you are doing for the community.

    I will like to come and talk to you in person. We can work together on some common goals. My phone number is 206-550-3154. My email address is: aasra@q.com

  4. Christy Says:

    Do you still have a print magazine? I used to read Colors NW and would like to get updated. Do you have a Facebook page/ link? Thanks.

  5. Della Montgomery -Riggins Says:

    Would like to subscribe. 1924 W. 9th Ave
    Spokane WA 99204

  6. kelvin bell Says:

    I’m looking for an article about the pie shack.

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