NABJ Responds to KGW-TV Incident: Demanding Action Toward Systemic Change

The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) expresses profound concern and disappointment regarding the recent incident involving TEGNA-owned KGW-TV in Portland, Oregon. During a live program […]
NABJ Partner Global Blood Therapuetics

Why Sickle Cell Disease is a Prime Example of Health Inequity in the Black Community and What Can Be Done to Empower a Brighter Future

In the U.S., approximately 100,000 individuals are living with sickle cell disease (SCD), an inherited lifelong and devastating blood disorder. SCD disproportionately impacts Black and Brown […]

#NABJNAH22 Know Before You Go: Convention Tips and Information

With #NABJNAHJ22 just days away, there is so much you need to know as you prepare for the Convention experience. Check out these quick tips below […]

NABJ Announces Inaugural Class of Leadership Academy Mentoring Program


Congrats to NABJ’s 2021 Scholars, Fellows and Interns


ESPN removes Rachel Nichols from NBA coverage and cancels ‘The Jump’

According to an article published by CNN reporter Frank Pallotta, ESPN has removed Rachel Nichols from NBA coverage and canceled ‘The Jump.’  As reported by CNN […]

Dorothy Tucker Re-Elected President of NABJ and Five Additional Members Join the Board of Directors

The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) has announced its 2021 Board of Directors election results. Results will be audited next week. Dorothy Tucker Re-Elected NABJ […]

NABJ Mourns the Loss of Founding Executive Director Paul H. Brock

The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) mourns the loss of beloved Founding Executive Director, Paul H. Brock, 89. He passed Sunday morning on March 14, […]

2021 NABJ-Verizon Media Multimedia Fellowship