The first “Conversation in the Round,” hosted by the Houston Association of Black Journalists and Rice University’s Multicultural Community Relations Office of Public Affairs, was held at Farnsworth Pavilion on October 23.
HABJ Treasurer Freddie Willis recently accepted a position as a sports writer for RegalMag.com, an online magazine dedicated to issues affecting African American men.
APPLY TODAY! The CUNY Graduate School of Journalism is offering a new full-tuition scholarship to a National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) member who applies for admission to its M.A. in Journalism program for the fall of 2015.
To kick off NABJ’s 40th Anniversary, NABJ is offering a 40-day discount for registrations for the 2015 convention in Minneapolis. The temporary rate is $200 for professionals, including full and associate members. The rate for student members is $150 for this limited period.
The Houston Association of Black Journalists is a nonprofit organization of media professionals from the Houston area with members in every facet of print, broadcast and online media, education and corporate communications. HABJ provides quality programs and services in Houston and the surrounding area. The organization was founded in 1986 and is one of the largest organizations of journalists of color in Houston. HABJ is an affiliate of the National Association of Black Journalists.
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