By Javier Sarmiento Jr. The annual NABJ Authors Showcase spotlights works that are creating a buzz and offers writers the opportunity to gain advice and insight from renowned authors. The following participants spoke to the […]
Back-to-school in the Denton Independent School District kicked off Aug. 12 with crowded hallways, unmasked faces, and classes that had double or even triple the number of students than they had the previous year.
David John is a 22-year-old incoming senior at the University of Maryland. He is eager to leave home to go to campus finally. With his wait almost over, he still has to deal with restrictions due to COVID-19. […]
By Marquette Walker JSHOP Reporter Choosing a historically Black College and University (HBCU) culture over a predominately white institution (PWI) experience is a huge move in today’s world. It inspires tomorrow’s leaders to question why […]
By Alexis Lomax NABJ Monitor A college student’s completion of a college capstone course has also turned into her first published book currently selling on Amazon. “We, people” is the first book written by Amaris […]
By Shelia Hodges NABJ Monitor It is a beautiful spring day in Hanover, New Hampshire, as sophomore Queen Eche and her friends walk through the heart of Dartmouth University: the Green. Surrounded by historic buildings, […]
By Deidre Montague NABJ Monitor COVID-19 has impacted many sectors of the workforce, including journalism. However, the pandemic also revealed the importance and relevance of the Black press. Aaron Eaton, the digital coordinator of The […]