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.
This is it: This Friday, UNITY’s Regional Media Summit gets started.
One week left to register for UNITY’s Regional Media Summit on 10/16
“Two weeks left to register for UNITY’s Regional Media Summit on 10/16”
UNITY: Journalists for Diversity will be hosting community media access workshops aimed to teach local community leaders, non-profits and business owners how to “get their news in the news.”
UNITY: Journalists for Diversity has announced it will hold its third regional conference for a gathering on the campus of the University of Alabama on Oct. 16.
UNITY says more than 150 people attended Sept. 11-12 its two-day gathering in Michigan that featured a town hall meeting on Arab Americans and media summit.
Chicago Tribune Standards Editor and UNITY Board Member Margaret Holt spoke to 20 students from the university’s Journalism Institute for Media Diversity as part of UNITY’s Detroit Regional Media Summit Sept. 11-12.
The Arab American National Museum and UNITY: Journalists for Diversity are joining together to host a town hall meeting and panel discussion tonight in Dearborn, Michigan
UNITY: Journalists for Diversity has opened registration for an exciting 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.
Opening a new chapter in the group’s history, UNITY: Journalists for Diversity hosted its first ever regional summit Saturday, attracting more than 70 people for an event on the homeland of the Oglala Lakota.
In a move signaling a major shift in the organization, UNITY: Journalists for Diversity announced Monday that the coalition will hold its first regional conference for an event planned on the homeland of the Oglala Sioux Tribe in South Dakota.