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Mass shooting of 6 black people happened last week, but no whites, no ‘terrorists’ - no story?

Why is that when black people are killed, either the story is ignored, or at best, it gets only second or third-tier coverage?

The news last week coming out of… 816 more words



The punchline: “Ain’t nobody here but us chickens.”

Do you remember when Byron Allen’s Entertainment Studios Networks, Inc. and the National Association of African-American Owned Media (NAAAOM) … 315 more words


Freedom’s Journal: The 1st African American Owned & Operated Newspaper

Black History: Special Delivery!!


Freedom’s Journal was the first African American owned and operated newspaper in the United States. It was a 4 column publication that was printed, weekly on Fridays. 374 more words

Black History

Michael J. Feeney, journalist and former president of NYABJ, dies at 32

Michael J. Feeney, freelance reporter and former president of the New York Association for Black Journalists, died Sunday.

He was 32.

According to the New York Daily News… 320 more words


New Year Updates

Welcome back!! It’s a new year, a new semester and for NABJ that means new projects, events and fundraisers!

Here at WVU, NABJ has the opportunity to expand not only in membership but also in providing services for students interested in writing, photography, and visual media projects. 279 more words

Little Known Black History Fact: Henry Radliffe II

CBS News’ 60 Minutes producer Henry Radliffe II was a producer for the popular new program for the past 26 years. Radliffe passed last week after battling colon cancer since 2008. 298 more words