NYABJ is doing a giveaway! Enter today for your chance to win a free registration to the Region I conference.
Paid members of NYABJ can win a free registration to the Region I conference ‘Reclaiming Our Story’ Guardians of Our History Since 1619 and the True Responsibility of Black Journalists Today at the Scripps Howard School of Journalism and Communications at Hampton University April 12-14, Hampton Roads, Virginia.
The giveaway is open now until February 28. Entry is free, but YOU MUST BE A PAID MEMBER OF NYABJ. The winners will have to pay their own transportation and hotel.
Here’s how to enter!
To enter, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org PUT RAFFLE IN THE SUBJECT LINE. We need your full name, the email address you used to join NYABJ via PayPal, a cell phone number or another phone number we can reach you on. Don’t forget to tell us if you are a student member or professional member. The 2 winners will be announced in early March.
‘Reclaiming Our Story’
Guardians of Our History Since 1619 and the True Responsibility of Black Journalists Today
Scripps Howard School of Journalism and Communications
April 12-14, Hampton Roads, Virginia
The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) will host its 2019 Region 1 Conference, April 12 to 14, 2019 in Hampton Roads, Virginia. The gathering will bring together hundreds of journalists, communication professionals, and students from across the U.S. Northeast to attend the two-day conference. The conference will have a three-pronged approach:
· Historical Research / Local & National Storytelling
· Media Training / Diversity Coaching & Career Advancement
· Community Engagement / Advocacy
The gathering will serve as a major milestone, as it will help commemorate the 400th anniversary when Africans arrived on American soil. Next year’s conference will also focus on improving the industry’s involvement in developing coverage of America’s diverse landscape, promoting dialogue for professional growth, and providing diversity training for all levels within the journalism industry. To note, due to last year’s successful effort, we are bringing back the Region I Job Fair and Diversity Management Training!