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BABJ November mtg : “Freelance Isn’t Free”
The Baltimore Association of Black Journalists will meet Saturday Nov. 21st at noon at The Baltimore Sun, 501 N Calvert St, Baltimore, MD 21202....
BABJ Tackles Role of The Black Press ‘Covering Conflict’ and Freddie Gray Case
The death of Freddie Gray and the fallout that followed continues to be a hot topic around Charm City. Several members of the Baltimore...
‘Picturing Protest’ : BABJ, SPJ and MDDC Discuss Freddie Gray Coverage
The Baltimore Association of Black Journalists joined with the Society of Professional Journalists – Maryland Professional Chapter and the Maryland, Delaware, District of Columbia...
Press and Community Members To Remember Slain D.C. Reporter.
Members of the press and community will remember the life of Capital Community News reporter Charnice Milton who was killed on her way...
BABJ covering #FreddieGray and #OneBaltimore
Bravo to the Baltimore area journalists covering the Freddie Gray death investigation, riots, rallies, clean up and #OneBaltimore efforts. Your around the clock journalistic...
Professionals Developed At #BABJReviews
The Baltimore Association of Black Journalists hosted a day-long professional development event for those looking for improve their media careers. The event, #BABJReviews, was...