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 […]

NABJ President Calls for News Companies to Provide Coping Resources to Black Journalists During Chauvin Trial

A Message from President Dorothy Tucker As the trial of Derek Chauvin becomes a central focus of the news cycle, we urge news companies to provide […]

NABJ Condemns Racist, Sexist Behavior of Cumulus Radio Host Rob Lederman

The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) condemns the behavior of Rob Lederman, a radio host for Cumulus Media’s 97 Rock in Buffalo, New York. During […]

NABJ, HFPA Held Productive Meeting on Diversity & Inclusion Changes

On March 18, representatives from the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) Board of Directors met with Board and staff representatives of the Hollywood Foreign Press […]

NABJ Denounces Anti-Asian Racism and Attacks

The continuing attacks on people in the Asian American and Pacific Islander communities continue to be a disturbing trend.  “The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) […]

HFPA Agrees to Meet with NABJ to Help Increase Diversity

HFPA Agrees to Meet with NABJ to Help Increase Diversity During the Golden Globes Awards, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) announced that they will rectify […]

NABJ Applauds Chicago Tribune, Industry Shift on Publishing Mug Shots

This week, the Chicago Tribune announced changes to its guidelines for publishing mug shots. This move is applauded by NABJ, as the publication joins several others […]