01/10/2022

NABJ Calls for Change at BNC Amid Allegations of Discrimination

The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) is disgusted by the allegations of harassment, gender discrimination, and gender-based pay disparities detailed in a lawsuit filed by […]
11/17/2021

NABJ Member Amy Sullivan Named KATV News Director

NABJ member Amy Sullivan has been named News Director at Sinclair’s KATV in Little Rock. Sullivan started her management career at KTUL in Tulsa and was […]
10/01/2021

NABJ: HFPA’s 6 New Black Members is Progress But More Change Awaited

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) today announced the selection of 21 new members in response to its expressed commitment to improving diversity among its membership […]
09/24/2021

NABJ Update on HFPA Changes

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) has announced some changes to its structure to address much-criticized diversity issues in its ranks, according to Yahoo.com.  The National Association of […]
09/07/2021

Guidance on Coverage of Sept 11th, 20 Years Later

This September marks 20 years since the 9/11 attacks, the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ), Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA), the South Asian Journalists Association […]
07/22/2021

NABJ Statement on Firings of More CBS Execs After Investigation

Two more CBS executives have been released due to the company’s external investigation into leadership and culture at its TV stations. As a result of the […]
07/21/2021

NABJ Issues Statement on Maria Taylor’s Departure, Developments at ESPN

Today’s news that talented sports analyst and primary NBA Countdown host Maria Taylor is leaving the Disney-owned ESPN network is further fueling controversy involving the company […]
07/07/2021

NABJ Calls for Meeting with Disney Heads After Treatment of ESPN’s Maria Taylor Reveals Toxic Culture of Bias

The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) is outraged to read reports in The New York Times and other publications that uncover a toxic ESPN culture […]
05/25/2021

Video Release – George Floyd: One Year Later

NABJ & Its Black Male Media Project Reflect on the Impact of Floyd’s Death, How It Changed America and the Journalism World The National Association of […]