National Association of Black Journalists
There is now just one Black cable news TV anchor during the evening hours.
The National Association of Black Journalists is on a mission to empower and inspire Black men to reclaim their narratives.
Trump aide Omarosa Manigault-Newman’s appearance at the NABJ convention in New Orleans sparked outrage from Black Journalists.
The National Association of Black Journalists slammed NBC after Tamron Hall's abrupt departure Wednesday, accusing the network of whitewashing to make way for Megyn Kelly's arrival.
Podcast: Download Diversity in the media takes another major blow as NPR cancels “Tell Me More” with Michel Martin. The “NewsOne Now” panel – NPR’s Vice President for Newsroom Diversity Keith Woods, Richard Prince of the Maynard Institute and Allison Davis, a founding member of the National Association of Black Journalists – took on the […]
Former Philadelphia Eagles player Hugh Douglas (pictured left), contributor to ESPN’s “Numbers Never Lie,” verbally assaulted the show’s host, Michael Smith (pictured), during an event thrown by the National Association for Black Journalists (NABJ) at the House of Blues in Orlando last Friday night, according to The Big Lead. SEE ALSO: Oprah No Longer Able […]
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