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NABJ Joins 89 Organizations Calling for Independent Investigation into Rwandan Journalist John Williams Ntwali’s Death

Washington, DC | 3 days ago

Rwandan authorities should allow an independent, impartial, and effective investigation, drawing on international expertise, into the death of John Williams Ntwali, a leading investigative journalis...

NABJ Offers Guidance on Coverage of the Tyre Nichols Murder Footage

Washington, DC | 1 week ago

Today, and this weekend, the news cycle will be traumatic. As his family, Memphis citizens, the Black community, and the nation continue to cope with the tragic murder of Tyre Nichols, footage of the horrific death is expected to be released soon.  NABJ extends its deepest condolences to Tyre’s family and all who knew and loved him. We pray for their comfort as they will have to relive that horrendous moment once the footage is made available. Learning more about what happened to Tyre during the senseless beating by five Black police officers will be painful. It will be painful not just for all those watching, reading and listening to the details of the tragic murder at the hands of police, but also for the Black reporters, editors, producers, photographers, videographers, community managers, etc., covering the story.

NABJ President Discusses Newsroom Advocacy, Importance of Investigative Journalism During State Department's International Visitor Leadership Program in D.C.

Washington, DC | 1 week ago

On Thursday, January 26, NABJ President Dorothy Tucker participated in the U.S. State Department’s International Visitor Leadership Program event titled “Edward R. Murrow Program for Journalists – Research and Investigation." The event was held in Washington, D.C., and organized by World Learning. The event included participants from Portuguese-speaking countries (such as Brazil, Portugal, and Mozambique) who were interested in learning more about NABJ's training and career advancement offerings and getting insight into steps to take to increase advocacy in their respective newsrooms.

NABJ, CZI Award $250K in Black Press Grants

Washington, DC | 1 week ago

Black freelancers and producers, as well as Black-owned print, broadcast and digital outlets, received fast grants up to $10,000 from the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) and the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative (CZI) to support original and innovative coverage of the COVID-19 pandemic, the coronavirus vaccine, and how these topics intersect with the nation’s K-12 education system. Since launching a second round of grants in April 2022, 43 journalists and/or outlets have been awarded a total of $250,000. Applications were reviewed on a rolling basis until the funds were exhausted. The application process is now closed for the 2022-2023 cycle.

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#NABJHBCYou Training Day (2023 Virtual Event)
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Meet us online for #NABJHBCYou Training Day 2023! Three $10,000 scholarships will be awarded to attendees who are HBCU students! The National Association of Black Journalists […]
February 25, 2023 12:00 am in 3 weeks
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Save the Date: NABJ Emerging Journalists Summit & Career Fair
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The conference includes networking, panels, a keynote luncheon, and a career fair in the media capital of the world. Be empowered with topics including social media […]
March 18, 2023 12:00 am in 1 month
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Save the Date: NABJ Arts & Entertainment Media Institute
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Join us for a full day of training & networking for students, journalists & communicators who work or want to work in the arts, culture & […]
April 15, 2023 12:00 am in 2 months
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2023 NABJ Convention and Career Fair
Birmingham, Alabama, Birmingham, AL United States
Join us for an extraordinary gathering filled with innovative programs, remarkable presenters and fantastic networking opportunities, as NABJ members, partners, colleagues and supporters come together in Birmingham, Alabama for the 2023 NABJ Convention and Career Fair.
August 2, 2023 12:00 am in 6 months
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