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 […]
By Christian Crittenden Twenty minutes before tip-off on March 11 between the Utah Jazz and Oklahoma City Thunder, league officials stormed the court to stop the game. Jazz center Rudy Gobert had tested positive for […]
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. […]
This week’s treasurer’s race is a moment to shift not just who will be leading how finances are run, but also to add a millennial to the board. Ernest Owens and Walter Smith-Randolph, the two candidates, talked about their vision for the treasurer’s board seat. […]
Virginia Governor Ralph Northam has signed legislation allowing undocumented immigrants to drive starting January 1, 2021.
NABJ/NAHJ reporter Jennifer Rice says there are new requirements for persons to receive driving privileges. […]
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. […]
On June 19, 2020, an anonymous Instagram page called “Black at HCPS” made its debut. Through the account, minority students amplify their voices and highlight their encounters with racial discrimination. NABJ/NAHJ reporter JENNIFER RICE talked with several of the students who have posted to the site.