UNITY to hold regional media summit in Detroit

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.

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UNITY FELLOW: Kicking Off with NAJA

After a 10-hour red-eye flight from San Francisco, I dragged myself out of the airport to the hotel. I knew Washington, D.C. was going to be much hotter than California, but I underestimated the humidity. By the time I stepped into the hotel lobby in my jeans and T-shirt, I was part scorched and part delusional. And somehow, I had to get myself to NAJA’s student newsroom in time for conference.
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Raji Ramanathan named 2015 UNITY reporting fellow

UNITY: Journalists for Diversity announced Friday, June 19,  that University of California, Berkeley graduate Raji Ramanathan has been named the group’s 2015 reporting fellow.

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Native American Journalists Association Announces 2015 Native Media Award Winners

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.

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Tips for coverage of transgender issues

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.