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Michael J. Feeney, Journalist, Dies at 32
The journalism community and loved ones of Michael J. Feeney are in mourning following the 32-year-...


Journalist Sidmel Estes, First Woman President of NABJ, Dies at 60
Journalist Sidmel Estes, the first woman president of the National Association of Black Journalists...


Monument to Honor King Planned for Georgia's Stone Mountain
Planning is under way to place a Liberty Bell replica atop Stone Mountain near Atlanta as a memoria...


Veteran Journalist and NABJ Co-Founder Stone Dies
Longtime journalist and educator Charles Sumner "Chuck" Stone Jr, one of the founders of the Nation...


Trailblazing Black Journalist Gets Recognized With Honorary Scholarship
Harry McAlpin broke color lines at the White House in 1944 by becoming the first Black journalist p...


Being Eric Holder
Part two of BET.com's exit interview with Attorney General Eric Holder....


Commentary: The Dwindling Black Anchor Stable at CNN
CNN president Jeff Zucker was on hand in Atlanta this week to have a meeting with the leadership te...


CNN's John King Stirs Controversy in Calling Boston Suspect "Dark-Skinned"
CNN's John King described the Boston bombing suspect as "dark-skinned," which many are calling offe...


Commentary: Black Sports Journalists Keep Hitting the Glass Ceiling
Sports journalism remains a white man’s game, despite efforts of the National Association of Black ...


UPDATE: UNITY Drops “Journalists of Color” From Name
UNITY: Journalists of Color announced it will drop “Journalists of Color” from its title to be more...


NABJ Stands Behind Fired Black Meteorologist
The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) issued a statement in support of Louisiana met...


Biden: Romney Out of Touch With "Ordinary" People
At the National Association of Black Journalists convention, Vice President Joe Biden said Mitt Rom...


Four Lawmakers Use 'Hands Up, Don't Shoot' Gesture on House Floor
Politicians, athletes take a stand for communities of color....


This Day in Black History: Dec. 12, 1975
National Association of Black Journalists formed in Washington, D.C.....


Amid a Changing Media Landscape, Journalists Convene
The National Association of Black Journalists kick off their 36th annual in Philadelphia....


South Africa Ruling Party Leads in Election Count
South Africa's ruling party, the African National Congress, held a wide lead over its main oppositi...


First African-Born Woman in Israeli Parliament Is Making Waves
Pnina Tamano-Shata is a lawyer and journalist who is the first Ethiopian woman in the Israeli parli...


National Association of Black Journalists Elects New President at Annual Convention
The NABJ closed its annual convention in Tampa and elected a new President. Get details....


Shifting Gears, Changing Perceptions About Food
While lack of access to healthy food is one reason why Blacks are disproportionately overweight, we...


Tara Wall
Tara Wall will join the "Weekly with Ed Gordon" panel....

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