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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

NABJ Statement on UNC Tenure Status of Nikole Hannah-Jones

The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) anxiously awaits an update today from the University of North Carolina (UNC) at Chapel Hill and its Chancellor Kevin […]

A Statement from the NABJ Board on Mayor Lightfoot’s Message to the Media

The recent comments issued by Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot to explain her decision to only do one-on-one interviews with Black and Brown reporters on the two-year […]

NABJ Responds to HFPA Plan to Overhaul Organization, Include More Black Journalists

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) has announced its plans to launch some major, long-needed changes with an overwhelming majority of its Board voting today to […]

Joint Statement: Freedom of the Press Covering Protests in Minnesota

  We are concerned about reports on April 13 that the Minnesota state police threatened to arrest journalists covering the protests if they did not leave. […]

Departure of CBS Execs Dunn and Friend Must Only Be the Beginning of Eliminating Toxic Culture

In an email to staff on Wednesday, April 7, CBS’s CEO George Cheeks announced that Peter Dunn, who served as president of the company’s television stations […]