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BABJ Hears From Reporters Who Covered Ferguson
The Baltimore Association of Black Journalists heard first hand stories from three journalists who covered the fallout from the shooting of Michael Brown in...
Preparing for the Pink Slip
‘Tis the season for layoffs and job cuts in an effort to balance company budgets. But these changes should not catch professionals off guard....
BABJ To Launch Mentor Program For 2014-2015 Academic Year
The Baltimore Association of Black Journalists, BABJ, is launching a mentor program for the 2014-2015 academic year for students at two prominent historically black...
BABJ Remembers Shawn Madden
Shawn Madden, former sports anchor for WJZ-TV (Channel 13) passed away Aug. 1. He collapsed at a gym he owned in Shrewsbury, Pa. and...
BABJ Remembers George Collins
George W. Collins, a pioneering Baltimore journalist who worked in print, television and radio, passed away July 31. He was 88. Collins began his...
BABJ Chat ‘N Chew Tackles Tinseltown
The Baltimore Association of Black Journalists took a time out from the summer break to host a Chat ‘N Chew with Baltimore native and...
BABJ Members Join Delegation Covering Cuba
Several members of the Baltimore Association of Black Journalists traveled to Cuba to file reports on the economy, tourism, culture and Pan-African Diaspora issues....