Gentrification and big business are a part of D.C. neighborhood
The National Association of Hispanic Journalists and National Association of Black Journalists are officially working together after executive directors signed Friday an agreement to plan a joint convention in 2016.
The National Association of Hispanic Journalists is on surer financial footing then it’s been in the recent past. But while revenue has increased by 50 percent, expenses have tripled.
As a college student, Shereen Marisol Meraji learned about the roles of Latinos in American history, but there was one historic court case she missed: Mendez v. Westminster School District.
The National Association of Black Journalists and the National Association of Hispanic Journalists are exploring the possibility of a joint convention in 2016, the organizations’ presidents said Thursday.
When I tell people I’m going to all five minority journalism conferences this summer, they look at me like I’m insane.
Native American representation in Silicon Valley’s technology industry remains low, despite the industry’s efforts to diversify their workforce.
First UNITY Reporting Fellowship Awarded