Last summer, the National Association of Black Journalists’ academic representative position was nearly eliminated from the board. Now an election race is being held to fill the spot. […]
“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.” […]
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.