Katrice Hardy Makes History as First Black Journalist, Woman to Be Exec Editor at Dallas Morning News

NABJ congratulates longtime member Katrice Hardy, who has become the first woman and Black journalist to hold The Dallas Morning News’ top newsroom job as its executive editor. […]

2020 NABJ Ethel Payne Fellowship Recipient Melissa Noel Publishes Reporting in ESSENCE

With support from the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) as the recipient of the Ethel Payne Fellowship for Reporting on Africa, Melissa Noel reported on […]

NABJ’s Advocacy Efforts Successful with The Miami Herald, Richardson Makes History

Recently, the Miami Herald made a commitment to name a high-ranking Black executive to its management team and they delivered. Today, we learned that The Herald […]

NABJ Founder Les Payne, Daughter Tamara Win National Book Award for The Dead Are Arising: The Life of Malcolm X

NABJ congratulates Tamara Payne, daughter of NABJ Co-Founder Les Payne, and the entire Payne family, for “The Dead Are Arising: The Life of Malcolm X” being […]

NABJ’s Cheryl Smith Creates Partnership to Strengthen Coverage of Diverse Populations in Dallas


Black and Hispanic Journalists Interview Former Vice President Joe Biden During Annual Convention


NABJ Appalled at Alleged ‘Rank Racism’ at Fox News


NABJ Statement on ABC's Firing of Barbara Fedida