Updates and News from Our Chapters
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February 22, 2020 1:49 pm
Job and Training Highlights02/22/2020
- The Baltimore Association of Black Journalists hosted “Making Magic: Tips and Tricks of the Trade” on Feb. 22.
- The Greater Cincinnati Association of Black Journalists was featured in the Jan. 25 edition of the Cincinnati Herald for being honored by UC Health at its Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. celebration. President Dorothy Tucker was the keynote speaker.
- Region II adds a new chapter to the family: Welcome The Flint/Saginaw Association of Black Journalists. Follow them on Twitter: @Flint_Sag_NABJ
- The NABJ-Los Angeles chapter hosted a panel discussion on Jan. 18 on how the AB-5 law will affect freelance journalists. According to NABJLA Vice President Jarrett Hill , AB-5 is a law in California that went into effect Jan. 1. Its intention — rooted in the ride-share industry — was centered in changing the definition of who is an employee and who isn’t. The outcome of the law as written has a significant, negative impact on freelance journalists, extremely limiting their ability to work. More information here.
- The NABJ-Buffalo chapter added two new board members: Karys Belger-Parliamentarian, and Sheldon Anderson-Treasurer.
- The Atlanta Association of Black Journalists swore in its new executive board: Amir Vera – President; Raisa Habersham – VP of Print; Gary Cotton – VP of Digital; Karvis Jones – VP of Broadcast; Shelitha Hurd – Treasurer; Eric Nickens Jr. – Secretary; and Craig Allen Brown – Parliamentarian.
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