By Noah Tesfaye When newspaper editor Ida B. Wells was investigating lynchings of Black Americans following Reconstruction after the Civil War, her priority was not objectivity. It was to tell the truth about the horrors […]
The election for treasurer on the NABJ Board of Directors has prompted concerns from members of the LGBTQIA community about how they feel they’re treated by the general membership.
NABJ-NAHJ reporter Kenneth Cooper says one candidate has accused the organization of homophobia. […]
“This is a historical moment for NABJ,” President Dorothy Tucker said the day before the conference opened. “It is our first virtual convention. It is uncharted waters. It has been both exciting and exhilarating and stressful and frightful all at the same time. I think it’s going to be great. I know it’s going to be great.” […]
The future of college basketball may include Historical Black Colleges and Universities in a highly visible way. Hoping to uplift the larger Black community, some top high school athletes are taking a harder look at predominantly Black schools to develop their sports careers. […]
By Raymond Lucas Jr. The National Association of Black Journalists’ Student Multimedia Project may soon be celebrating 31 years with a new name in honor of Dr. Sheila Brooks, CEO of SRB Communications and founder […]
During the 2016 NFL season, San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick took a knee during the national anthem to protest police brutality against African-Americans and racial injustice in America. […]