Communities all over the United States expect their local police department to protect them and their families. This expectation soon took a turn when the number of unarmed Black men being killed by police was constantly in the news.
NABJ/NAHJ’s Demetria Bias reports. […]
By Tyrik Wynn Dorothy Tucker’s first year as president of the National Association of Black Journalists has been full of challenges. After taking the helm of a financially healthy organization, Tucker faced the prospect of […]
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. […]