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Black AIDS Institute founder Phil Wilson spoke before the National Association of Black Journalists in Washington DC March 25 on why HIV/AIDS has become a “blacker” disease in 2011 and the responsibility of black journalists to continue covering the epidemic.
By Talia Whyte John Thompson, founder and publisher of Journalism.co.uk came up with a top ten list of what journalists need to be doing in 2010 to stay competitive in the ever-changing news media landscape. A topic on the list … Continue reading
By Talia Whyte Bay State Banner TAMPA, Fla. — Since the 1827 founding of Freedom’s Journal, the nation’s first black-owned newspaper, the black press has historically served as the voice of the African American community. Over the last few decades, … Continue reading
By Talia Whyte The Bay State Banner WASHINGTON — With newspapers across the nations watching their circulations decline, many black journalists find themselves re-evaluating the next steps in their own careers. During a conference last month hosted by the National … Continue reading