After being denied the right to cover racial justice protests last year, Alexis Johnson's discrimination lawsuit against her former employer moves forward.
Alexi McCammond, an award-winning Black journalist, is at the center of controversy after social media users uncovered homophobic and anti-Asian tweets from 2011.
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette has denied claims that Alexis Johnson and Michael Santiago were kept from covering the city's George Floyd protests because they are Black.
Any publication that has excluded Black folks in its coverage needs to reevaluate its approach because neglecting us is nothing more than a deliberate effort to leave us out of conversations we’ve most likely started in the first place.
Black journalist Mara Schiavocampo is quickly amassing an impressive portfolio and numerous accolades. Already called the “Journalist of the Future” by NBC Senior Vice President Alexandra Wallace, Schiavocampo was awarded two National Association of Black Journalist “Salute to Excellence” Awards last week in Philidelphia during the organization’s annual conference. Schiavocampo was honored for her work reporting on […]
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