She is so deserving of this recognition.
I’m black and I’m a reporter. Those are two things that generally don’t mix.
"I am not sure what else you could call it,” says Clinton press secretary Brian Fallon.
It's expected to be the largest gathering of journalists of color since 2008.
This is exciting news!
That's what I liked about Michael the most - his ability to be professional and genuine. He didn't sacrifice his integrity for his profession. He's the perfect model on how to expand your network and make it work for you while having fun at the same time.
Michael J. Feeney, former president of the New York Association of Black Journalists and winner of the group's national Emerging Journalist of the Year Award in 2010, died January 31st at the age of 32, bringing heartache to the journalism community.
Michael J. Feeney died Sunday from health complications.
The National Association of Black Journalists is grappling with a massive shortfall -- and none of its leaders will talk about it.
The Purple One isn't feeling record contracts.