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Coming off its second successfully regional event this year, UNITY Journalists for Diversity announced Monday more than 150 people attended its two-day gathering Sept. 11-12 in Michigan that featured a town hall meeting on Arab Americans and media summit at Wayne State University
Chicago Tribune Standards Editor and UNITY Board Member Margaret Holt shared her nearly 45 years of media experience on Sept. 11, 2015, with journalism students at Wayne State University in Detroit and told students to take heed about building credibility brand.
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UNITY: Journalists for Diversity has opened registration for an exciting media summit in Tuscaloosa, Alabama at the University of Alabama.
UNITY: Journalists for Diversity will be hosting community media access workshops aimed to teach local community leaders, non-profits and business owners how to “get their news in the news.”
UNITY: Journalists for Diversity has announced it will hold its third regional conference for a gathering on the campus of the University of Alabama on Oct. 16.
UNITY says more than 150 people attended Sept. 11-12 its two-day gathering in Michigan that featured a town hall meeting on Arab Americans and media summit.
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