NABJ Stands with Rachel Scott

The National Association of Black Journalists stands with and supports Rachel Scott, a longtime NABJ family member.  This past week, Scott was jeered at by Republican […]

NABJ Welcomes New Chapter in Philly, New Chapters at Morehouse College, Langston University, University of Oregon

The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) proudly announces the approval of several new chapters during Friday’s Board of Directors meeting in Philadelphia. Among the list, […]

NABJ Joins Coalition of Organizations Urging Press Forward to Ensure Equitable Distribution of Resources 

Today, the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) joined a coalition of organizations that includes the Asian American Journalists Association, the Indigenous Journalists Association, the National […]

NABJ Members to Propose New Chapter in Philadelphia

The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) is delighted to announce a new major initiative in Philadelphia by a group of dedicated NABJ members. A group […]

Spring Summer 2023


NABJ Mourns the Loss of Longtime Member Ray Metoyer

With a heavy heart, the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) mourns the loss of longtime member Ray Metoyer. Metoyer died yesterday in Atlanta after a […]

Sister journalism organizations to celebrate milestone anniversaries independently

A JOINT MESSAGE FROM NABJ AND NAHJ Two important journalism organizations will be celebrating historic milestones beginning next year. The National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ) […]

Congrats to NABJ’s 2023 Fellows, Scholars and Interns


Watch: Keynote to Report for America Grads: ‘You deserve a place at the table’

From GroundTruth: Report for America corps members, family, friends and staff came together virtually last night to celebrate the graduation of nearly 100 journalists from the […]