• NYABJ is one of the the most active local chapters of the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ), which boasts 3,300 members and is the world’s largest organization for journalists of color. Founded in 1976, NYABJ has a legacy of providing professional and moral support to its members.
  • NYABJ events gives our members opportunities to meet and hear from media professionals in fields such as entrepreneurship, multi-media, and general news gathering.
  • NYABJ Member Sarah Glover Appointed President Of NABJ. Members chose Glover as the seventh woman of the nation’s largest group for minority journalists during the organization’s 40th anniversary convention in Minneapolis. Glover, a social media editor at NBC Owned Television Stations, had 347 votes. Lowe, a senior editor for features at CNN, had 167 votes. More Here

Dollars and Sense: Money Matters in the African-American Community

Our next NYABJ event is just around the corner – and we hope you’ll join us. In partnership with Prudential and the Associated Press, we’ll be discussing the African-American community’s unique economic challenges. We hope to see you there. And don’t forget to register for the event below. Event management for Dollars and Sense: Money Matters …

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NYABJ Introduces its New Board

NYABJ’s new board members hosted the chapter’s first town hall meeting since electing its new board members. Pictured above are Josh Barker (VP of Print), Joe Gray (Parliamentarian), Christina Carrega (Deputy Secretary), Mike Feeney (President), Dwight Oestricher (Treasurer), Gabrielle Lee (Secretary), and Cheryl Wills (VP of Broadcast). Not pictured is Nekesa Moody (Deputy Treasurer), out …

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NYABJ in the news

NYABJ president quoted in FishbowlNY’s Revolving Door section by reporter Felicia Pride regarding the recent dismissal of diversity advocate Robert Naylor from the Associated Press. NYABJ Disappointed at AP for Dropping the Ball on Diversity

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