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 […]
03/14/2021

NABJ Mourns the Loss of Founding Executive Director Paul H. Brock

The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) mourns the loss of beloved Founding Executive Director, Paul H. Brock, 89. He passed Sunday morning on March 14, […]
03/03/2021

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 […]
02/28/2021

NABJ Launches “The Black Press Grant Program” to Sponsor Freelance Reporters and Producers

NABJ Launches “The Black Press Grant Program” to Sponsor Freelance Reporters and Producers WASHINGTON — The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) will provide grant funding […]
01/04/2021

VIDEO: 2020 NABJ Reflections

10/01/2020

NABJ is Hiring an Executive Editor for News Content

NABJ is looking for a contractor to hire as an Executive Editor for online news content. The editor will be responsible for the planning and execution […]
09/25/2020

Addressing Women’s Issues in Media, Launching a New Webinar Series

With just three months to go in 2020, I look back over this year and am proud of the work of our Board and members in […]
09/16/2020

NABJ, Black Male Media Project Issue Guidance on Reporting on Police Shootings, Criminal Records

The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) Board of Directors and the organization’s Black Male Media Project (BMMP) are urging newsrooms across America to make swift […]
09/08/2020

Chelsea Fuller Appointed to NABJ Board as Media-Related Representative

Today, President Dorothy Tucker announced the appointment of Chelsea G. Fuller as the new Media-Related Representative on the National Association of Black Journalists’ (NABJ) Board of […]