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By BLISS DAVIS nabjconvention.org NABJ Interim Executive Director Drew Berry released a statement Friday evening saying the Founders Task Force supports a resolution to “explore changes in NABJ’s governing structure.” Eleven NABJ founders met Friday to discuss the resolution. Founders present included Les Payne, Norma Wade, John White, Paul Brock, Allison Davis, Joe Davidson, Joe [...]
Philadelphia will be the host city of the 2011 NABJ Convention and Career Fair.
An innovative idea backed by a $100,000 grant has given four NABJ members a chance to pursue their entrepreneurial dreams to create a news website.
Mark Gail of the Washington Post took first place in the Visual Task Force’s annual competition for his photos of immigration and state worker furlough protests.
A 7:30 a.m. tee off at Torrey Pines Golf Course prevented three board members from attending the NABJ executive board’s business meeting Friday.
NABJ President Kathy Times, television and radio personality Jacque Reid, and NABJ founding member Les Payne were among those who discovered their African origins at a session on tracing your roots.
Black empowerment shouldn’t be uncommon in African-American communities, it should be the norm, Leontyne Mason writes.
Hampered by the economy, NABJ and the three other minority journalists groups are considering joining forces more regularly in order to survive.
Staffing at the San Diego Union-Tribune has been severely reduced recently through layoffs and buyouts, which some say has crippled newsroom diversity.