09/27/2022

CNN’s Programming Changes Include Black Female Co-Anchor in Prime Time

Official Commitment Only Through Nov. 11 In what is positioned as a way to build on its midterm elections coverage, CNN has named Senior Legal Analyst […]
09/27/2022

NABJ, CafeMedia Announce 2022 Entrepreneur Academy Cohort

  NABJ and CafeMedia are thrilled to continue our partnership in an effort to bring together new and veteran entrepreneurs that are working to expand their […]
09/20/2022

NABJ Concerned About the Number of Black Prime-time Cable Anchors

NABJ Concerned About the Number of Black Prime-time Cable Anchors CNN Vows to Seriously Explore Options for Black Host in Prime-time Following Don Lemon’s Departure With […]
09/08/2022

NABJ Mourns the Loss of Bernard Shaw, Founding Chief CNN Anchor 

The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) mourns the loss of longtime member Bernard Shaw who passed away Wednesday at the age of 82. Shaw was […]
08/26/2022

NABJ, NAHJ, AAJA Condemn Racial Disparities in NYT Performance Reviews

The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ), National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ) and Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) are deeply troubled by the findings of […]
08/25/2022

The WBD INCLUSIVE: WHEN YOU SEE US, YOU SEE YOU

Just as our TVs are no longer Black and white, neither is our world. Whether it’s Ketanji Brown Jackson becoming the first Black female supreme court […]
08/08/2022

NABJ’s New 2022 Board Members Announced

Updated September 9, 2022 Three Elected and Three Re-Elected Unopposed to NABJ Board of Directors Region II Director Appointed   LAS VEGAS/WASHINGTON, D.C. – The National […]
08/08/2022

2022 NABJ Salute to Excellence Winners Announced

The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) would like to congratulate all winners of our 2022 Salute to Excellence Awards.  We deeply regret that winners in […]
08/08/2022
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 […]