The board of directors of UNITY: Journalists for Diversity has unanimously elected Minneapolis Star Tribune media critic Neal Justin as its next president.
NLGJA has released an Open Letter: Covering the Pentagon’s Transgender Policy in anticipation of the military’s upcoming decision.
UNITY: Journalists for Diversity is applauding the naming of Mi-Ai Parrish as the new publisher for The Arizona Republic and azcentral.com.
Navajo Times basketball writer Sunnie R. Clahchischiligi talking to UNITY on the thrill of covering high school basketball in Indian Country and why the sport matters how much on the Reservation.
AAJA was awarded a $200,000 grant from the Ford Foundation to launch “Diverse and Inclusive: News of the Heartland,” a project in partnership with University of Nebraska, Lincoln that will address the lack of news coverage of minorities and LGBT communities in Nebraska.
Summer Program Offers Intensive Training to University Students
UNITY Journalists for Diversity congratulates Dean Baquet on becoming the first African-American executive editor of The New York Times.
The presidential election is igniting once again the immigration reform debate and, with it, the continuing argument on how to describe a community of more than 11 million people who live and work in the United States.
Since the genocide of 1994, Rwanda has made strides in reconciliation between the Hutu majority, who perpetrated the mass killings, and the Tutsis, who had lived previously in relative peace with their neighbors in that fertile, beautiful land.