The Nieman Lab reports that Nikole Hannah-Jones has heard all the excuses for why newsrooms can’t hire more reporters of color.
The Coming, is lyrical, poetic, and hypnotizing, The Coming tells the story of a people’s capture and sojourn from their homeland across the Middle Passage–a traumatic trip that exposed the strength and resolve Continue Reading →
The Harlem-based New York Association of Black Journalists (NYABJ) condemns The New York Times for publishing June 3, 2020.
The New York Association of Black Journalists (NYABJ) condemns The New York Times for publishing June 3, 2020, op-ed written by Arkansas Republican Sen. Tom Cotton, who called for a Continue Reading →
The life of former Daily News reporter Michael J. Feeney, who humbly disappeared into the background covering hundreds of stories about murder, mayhem celebrities and politics, was celebrated Monday at Continue Reading →
There’s plenty of time to head from Harlem to Pittsburgh for the August Wilson African American Cultural Center especially with diva Chaka Khan headlining the Pittsburgh International Jazz Festival.
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