NABJ

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NABJNational Association of Black Journalists
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CNN doesn't have a single black executive producer or vice president on its news side, the NABJ charged.
Dorothy Tucker, NABJ vice president of broadcast, explained that NABJ is critical in meeting the needs of journalists.
Johann Calhoun, news and special projects editor for The Philadelphia Tribune and Region 1 director for the NABJ will speak at Sunday's anniversary event at 2 p.m.
The statement explained that those cheering some of Clinton's responses were general audience members, not actual members of the NABJ or NAHJ. 
In 1984, the entire September edition was devoted to coverage of the Atlanta convention, where NABJ membership nearly tripled and the association received national media exposure.
"Juan Gonzalez, who is credited with originating the Unity concept and who was silent when the coalition accepted the National Lesbian & Gay Journalists Association, said Tuesday that the National Association of Black Journalists was right to leave the coalition." Gonzalez, a former president of NABJ, took a position contrary to that of the current NABJ leadership.
Curry helped set up similar programs in Washington, D.C., and New York, in conjunction with he local NABJ chapters.
The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) represents the corporate sector.
"I look around this room tonight, and I can see how much our profession has changed and our numbers have grown" Bradley said in his acceptance speech, which is posted on the NABJ Web site.
During the past week, I and other members of the National Association of Black Journalists, University of Oregon chapter, had the privilege of attending the NABJ national convention in Atlanta.
"She said, 'I really like your work, too.'" That led to a longer conversation, and finally, says Marc, "after the 1994 NABJ convention in Atlanta, we went on our first date."