NABJ, EHRP Announce the Winners of COVID-19 and the Black Community Storytelling Grants


NABJ Statement on Allegations of Sexual Harassment and Misconduct at ESSENCE, Okayplayer and Others


NABJ Statement on Black Sports Online and Inappropriate Conduct Accusations

The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) is disappointed to learn of the reported harassment and mistreatment that women journalists have been experiencing as employees of Black Sports Online (BSO) and its CEO Robert Littal.

NABJ-NAHJ Virtual Convention Registration Now Open

Registration for the first-ever NABJ-NAHJ Virtual Convention & Career Fair is now open!

NABJ Appalled at Allegations of Racism at ABC News


Mark Cuban Donates $100K to NABJ COVID-19 Relief Efforts

The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) and the NABJ Sports Task Force are pleased to announce that Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban has contributed $100,000 toward the NABJ COVID-19 Relief Fund to assist both sports and non-sports journalists whose jobs have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

NABJ Statement on Capitalizing Black and Other Racial Identifiers

For the last year, the National Association of Black Journalists(NABJ) has been integrating the capitalization of the word "Black" into its communications.

NABJ Disturbed by Silencing of Voices at Pittsburgh Post-Gazette


NABJ Inspires Black Men with Special Virtual Event This Saturday

The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ), in partnership with the TEGNA Foundation, will host its fourth annual BlackMale Media Project (BMMP) daylong event on Saturday, June 6, 2020.