11/18/2020

NABJ Will Be a Safe Space for LGBTQ+ Members, All Voices

  A little over a year ago,  I assumed the role of president of the National Association of Black Journalists. I’ve spent countless hours in conversations […]
11/10/2020

Statement on ESPN Layoffs

We realize that economic conditions many times drive numerous personnel issues. Black employees sometimes are disproportionately impacted by layoffs. We implore the company to be fair and […]
09/25/2020

Addressing Women’s Issues in Media, Launching a New Webinar Series

With just three months to go in 2020, I look back over this year and am proud of the work of our Board and members in […]
09/25/2020

On President Trump’s Continued Attacks on the Press

Reaction to Recent Rally Comments In a time where civil rights and human rights are under attack, it is critically important that we preserve and support […]
09/16/2020

NABJ, Black Male Media Project Issue Guidance on Reporting on Police Shootings, Criminal Records

The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) Board of Directors and the organization’s Black Male Media Project (BMMP) are urging newsrooms across America to make swift […]
09/15/2020

NABJ & Sports Task Force Appalled at Treatment of Maria Taylor

NABJ & Sports Task Force Appalled at Treatment of Maria Taylor Calls for Company and Industrywide Changes The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) and the […]
06/13/2020

NABJ Appalled at Allegations of Racism at ABC News

06/11/2020

NABJ Statement on Capitalizing Black and Other Racial Identifiers

For the last year, the National Association of Black Journalists(NABJ) has been integrating the capitalization of the word "Black" into its communications.
06/07/2020

NABJ Disturbed by Silencing of Voices at Pittsburgh Post-Gazette