The National Association of Black Journalists #InspireBlackMen initiative aims to inspire, support and develop training and mentorship opportunities for Black men working in journalism and media and those that aspire to.

COMING JUNE 1, 2019 – The 3rd Annual Black Male Media Project – More than Mugshots: Changing the Narrative of How Black Men are Portrayed in Media

2018 – #InspireBlackMen at Morgan State Univ.

The Baltimore Association of Black Journalists  hosted its second annual Black Male Media Project Saturday June 2, 2018 at Morgan State University’s School of Global Journalism and Communication. BABJ Membership chair David Steele organized the panel discussion entitled, “Athletes, Activism and Community: Sports as a Platform for Change” focused on the role of athletes, public figures and journalists in advocating for issues impacting the Black community. (View photos and video)

 

2017 – #InspireBlackMen at WBAL-TV/Radio

The Baltimore Association of Black Journalists hosted its inaugural Black Male Media Project June 10, 2017 at WBAL-TV 11 & WBAL 1090 AM Radio. The National Association of Black Journalists #InspireBlackMen initiative aims to inspire, support and develop training and mentorship opportunities for Black men working in journalism and media and those that aspire to. (View photos and video)