As United States prepares to inaugurate the 45th president, UNITY remains committed to the fair coverage of people of color, the LGBTQ community, immigrants, refugees and women. UNITY will not bend in demanding that newsrooms be more reflective of the communities they cover, and UNITY will remain vigilant against harmful stereotypes directed toward vulnerable communities.
The board of directors of UNITY: Journalists for Diversity has unanimously voted to explore holding a joint national media summit in 2018 with its three alliance partners, and will examine inviting other journalism organization to participate.
The board of directors of UNITY: Journalists for Diversity has unanimously elected Minneapolis Star Tribune media critic Neal Justin as its next president.
UNITY strong condemns the arrest of CBS reporter Sopan Deb at the canceled Chicago rally for Donald Trump on Friday and demands that authorities drop these baseless charges.
Phil Yu reveals the story behind Angry Asian Man, a blog dedicated to highlighting Asian American stories, social issues and pop culture.
While this all was an unforgettable experience, the journalistic knowledge I gained was not even the best part of it all.
UNITY: Journalists for Diversity held a successful regional media summit Friday at the University of Alabama in the heart of the historical civil rights movement.
Oklahoma, El Paso, Chicago, Atlanta and Arizona are among the sites UNITY: Journalist for Diversity is exploring for 2016 regional media summits.