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 military response to protests. Continue Reading →
NY1 reports that a Facebook posting from a prominent political donor has turned an under-the-radar controversy that started with Governor Andrew Cuomo and state Senate Democrats into one that is now getting public reaction from around the New York political world. Zack Fink filed the following report. Continue Reading →
How would you finish this sentence? Journalism has never been more _______.
If you answered essential or exciting or precarious or imperiled — and have ideas for how to make it more of the first two or less of the last — you may be a candidate to join our next group of Knight Visiting Nieman Fellows. Continue Reading →
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