By Kaya Freeman NABJ Monitor Women’s basketball star Brittney Griner has been imprisoned in Russia since February on drug charges. She pleaded guilty to the charges on July 7th and was sentenced to nine years […]
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. […]
As some schools across the country discuss plans to re-open this fall during the COVID-19 pandemic, one elementary school in Michigan is drawing mixed reaction on the issue. NABJ – NAHJ’s Demetria Bias reports […]
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.