02/10/2021

NABJ Calls on AT&T to Hire a Black News Executive to Lead CNN in 2022

Organization Pledges to Assist WarnerMedia CEO Jason Kilar in the Effort With Jeff Zucker’s decision to leave CNN at the end of 2021, the National Association […]
02/10/2021

NABJ Celebrates Journalist Mahmoud Hussein’s Freedom from Egyptian Prison

  Photo credit: DemocracyNow.org Over the weekend, the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) was pleased to learn that Al Jazeera journalist Mahmoud Hussein was freed […]
02/03/2021

NABJ Calls on Disney to Appoint First Black ABC News President 

In the history of television, no African American has ever run a network news division. With the news of James Goldston’s decision to step down after […]
02/02/2021

NABJ Launches Media Industry Alerts Form for Diversity, Inclusion Issues

NABJ Media Industry Monitoring – Confidential Diversity, Equity, Inclusion Issues Alerts Form NABJ Members: If you are aware of incidents, problems or issues of concern related […]
02/01/2021

Watch: NABJ LGBTQ+ Sensitivity Training

Dear Members, Task Force and Chapter Leaders: As promised, we are thrilled to make available to you a recording of our December 2020 LGBTQ+ Sensitivity Training. […]
01/26/2021

NABJ Applauds CBS Placing Two Executives on Admin Leave, Calls for NDA Releases

NABJ Applauds CBS Placing Two Top Executives on Administrative Leave Board Calls for Company to Release Employees from NDAs  The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) […]
01/25/2021

NABJ Meets with CBS on Allegations of Racism, Calls for Firing of Two Executives

The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) met Sunday night with CBS officials regarding disturbing revelations and allegations from the LA Times about the racism and […]
01/11/2021

Insurrectionists Who Attacked Media Must Be Held Accountable

The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) calls for more accountability regarding the attacks on the media at the Capitol insurrection and subsequent threats and potential […]
01/09/2021

NABJ Issues Security Advisory for Journalists in Wake of Capitol Insurrection

Dear Members and Supporters, As you know, these are dangerous times for our country and our profession, especially with the most recent violent physical attacks during […]