UNITY: Journalists for Diversity has opened registration for an exciting media summit in Detroit.
The Arab American National Museum and UNITY: Journalists for Diversity announced Wednesday that they will hold a special town hall meeting and panel discussion, Sept 11, on media representations of Arab Americans and Muslims.
Continuing its new mission to visit communities battling incoming inequality, UNITY: Journalists for Diversity has announced that the coalition will hold its second regional conference for a gathering planned in Detroit.
UNITY: Journalists for Diversity announced Friday that University of California, Berkeley graduate Raji Ramanathan has been named the group’s 2015 reporting fellow.
Opening a new chapter in the group’s history, UNITY: Journalists for Diversity hosted its first ever regional summit Saturday, attracting more than 70 people for an event on the homeland of the Oglala Lakota.
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More than 250 journalists were honored July 11 by the Native American Journalists Association for excellence in reporting by Native and non-Native journalists across the U.S., and Canada.
Words matter when telling a story. NLGJA offers a Stylebook on LGBT Terminology and tip sheets on issues that affect our communities. Check out some of the common terms that might be useful in your coverage of transgender people.