NLGJANational Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association
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So when UNITY rushed to incorporate NLGJA before properly addressing the departure of NABJ--the largest and most influential group within the alliance--it sent a clear signal, whether intended or not, that racial and ethnic equality was no longer its main mission.
"NLGJA chose to honor Jane Daugherty to express our profound respect for a tireless investigator and consummate professional....
Pat Robertson's "700 Club," for instance, ran a report on the NLGJA. The report, and an accompanying "fact sheet" available at no cost through an 800 number, asserted that today's mainstream media "overwhelmingly support the homosexual agenda"; that gay people are rising to newsroom management positions and are infecting news coverage with "pro-homosexual perspectives"; and that, according to Robertson, "the truth is that the so-called mainstream media are becoming more and more marginalized because they are so far outside the mainstream of America."
The matter was then addressed by NLGJA's national board and, after much discussion, the board voted 81, with one abstention, against marching.
Likewise, most members of the media cartel do not advertise that they have adopted the NLGJA's Stylebook, the "gay" reference manual that defines terms (such as civil union, commitment ceremony, inclusive, tolerance, gay, lesbian, straight, transgender, gender identity, intersex, etc.) and dictates how and when they should be used.
Support your staffers by supporting their attendance at conferences and conventions of the Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA); the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ); the National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ); the Native American Journalists Association (NAJA), and the National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association (NLGJA).
NLGJA Conf.--the National Gay & Lesbian Journalists Association--will be held this year in Montreal, Canada, Sept.
"His promotion really is a big deal for all of us in journalism." In 1990, NLGJA founder Roy Aarons became the first high-level editor at a major metropolitan newspaper to come out when he announced to a roomful of journalists at an American Society of Newspaper Editors conference that he was gay.
Sunshine Week said the National Lesbian & Gay Journalists Associatio (NLGJA) has committed to including Sunshine Campaign updates in its monthly electronic and quarterly print communications to members, as well as to exploring the possibility of including a special Sunshine Campaign interactive panel at the NLGJA National Convention in Washington next year.
NAHJ $189 in New York City RAJA $175 in San Diego APME $179 in Phoenix SABEW $179 in Boston SEJ $154 in New Orleans AHCJ $149 in San Francisco NLGJA $149 in Hollywood NABJ $147 in Dallas SPJ $139 in Tampa EWA $130 in Chicago NCEW $129 in Providence
At the National Lesbian & Gay Journalists Association (NLGJA) annual convention in New York this summer, Roberta A.
We discussed how better to cover the people under-represented in our market, and I knew this was the place where SPJ and NLGJA could naturally come together.