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 NABJ JSHOP Reporter Ayomi Wolff and Ankhusmet Lynch-Wade NABJ secretary and Dallas journalist Cheryl Smith visited the NABJ JSHOP this week, to share with students her journey as a journalist. Smith was born and […]
By Nallah Brown Just two days after the murder of George Floyd on May 25, the residents of Tallahassee experienced their trauma of state violence in Florida with the murder of Tony McDade. Amid a […]