Back in February, when I learned I was selected as the 2016 UNITY Reporting Fellow, I was told this would be a busy, remarkable summer.
On the heels of the North Dakota pipeline battle, Native American journalists discussed the mainstream and alternative coverage areas of Native cultures and communities, and how representation and information between outlets may conflict.
There are three kinds of people who attend journalism conventions: those looking for jobs, those looking to hire and those reuniting with friends and former colleagues. Most conventions have a rather equal distribution, but at NLGJA, the number of reuniting friends proves just how small and connected the journalism industry really is.
Asian American actor Randall Park knows what it’s like to hear pushback from immigrant parents when they hear about your career choice that’s not medicine or engineering.
One step inside the student newsroom at the joint NABJ-NAHJ national convention and it’s easy to notice the great talent and ambition of some of the top journalism students from across the country.
UNITY: Journalists for Diversity announce that Charlie Kadado, a sophomore at Wayne State University in Detroit, has been named UNITY’s 2016 reporting fellow.