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NABJ Congratulates President Gregory H. Lee Jr.
on New Role as Executive Sports Editor of the
South Florida Sun Sentinel 

WASHINGTON, DC (July 30, 2012)- The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) congratulates NABJ President Gregory H. Lee Jr. on his new role as executive sports editor of the South Florida Sun Sentinel. Lee begins the new post at the end of August, becoming one of three black journalists currently leading the sports departments at major daily newspapers. He joins Lisa Bell Wilson of the Buffalo News and Larry Graham of the San Diego Union- Tribune who are already in the editor ranks.

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 Johnathan Rodgers Receives 2011
NABJ President's Award 


PHILADELPHIA, PA (August 7, 2011)--The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) awarded Johnathan Rodgers the association's President's Award last night at the Association's 36th Annual Convention and Career Fair in Philadelphia, PA. The award is given annually to a member who has made outstanding contributions to the organization

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2011 Gannett Foundation Award for Innovation in Watchdog Journalism


The 2011 NABJ Gannett Foundation Award for Innovation in Watchdog Journalism recognizes groundbreaking journalists in their quest to help communities understand and address important issues through creativity and the use of digital tools.


NABJ is looking for innovative journalists with a collection of interactive new tools that have creatively addressed community issues on any digital medium.  All entries must consist of a single story, series, or package on a single subject.  Entries and supporting materials must be received by Friday, July 1st.  This award is funded by a grant from the Gannett Foundation. Download Application. 

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NABJ Leadership Speaks With Gannett on Diversity

 NABJ Issues Correction: Workforce Reduced by 700 Employees, not only Journalists Impacted

WASHINGTON, DC (June 23, 2011) -The headline on a National Association of Black Journalists news release yesterday incorrectly described the Gannett Co.'s workforce that was laid off this week as "journalists'." The 700 positions within Gannett's U.S. Community Publishing Division that were eliminated included journalists as well as other employees.

Today, Gannett and NABJ's leadership discussed the company's diversity record and the impact of the layoffs on journalists of color.

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NABJ Names Miami Herald's Jacqueline Charles Journalist of the Year

Reporter entrenched in Haiti's Resurgence to Receive Group's Top Honor

WASHINGTON, D.C., April 19, 2011 - A local reporter who is having an international impact has earned top recognition from the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ).  At its spring Board of Directors meeting, it named Miami Herald's Caribbean Correspondent Jacqueline Charles as Journalist of the Year.

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Glenn Rice Appointed
2011 NABJ Election Chair


College Park, MD (December 15, 2010)- President Kathy Times announced that she has appointed Glenn E. Rice as the 2011 NABJ Election Committee Chairman.


As election Chair, Rice will oversee the election process and develop the rules that apply to it. Rice will formulate a committee that will set candidate standards, rules, regulations and qualifications for nominations and regulations governing the process and arbitrate any disputes to that procedure.


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NABJ Mourns the Loss of Longtime 
Member Andy Artis

ATLANTA, Saturday, August 7, 2010 -- Longtime NABJ member Andy Artis of WSB-TV, Channel 2 Action News in Atlanta died Thursday, Aug. 5, reports Condace Pressley, former NABJ President and Assistant Program Director of News/talk 750 WSB (Atlanta). He was 51. 

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