In January, NABJ had a tough decision to make. A vaccine for COVID-19 was approved but no one could predict whether people would be able to show up to the organization’s Houston convention in person. […]
One particular family is bonded by a community in Harris County, Texas that was founded by their ancestor Harrison Barrett. In 1865, Barrett, who had been enslaved, learned of his freedom — two years after the Emancipation Proclamation — and had a vision of one day finding his relatives and bringing them all together again. […]
As some schools across the country discuss plans to re-open this fall during the COVID-19 pandemic, one elementary school in Michigan is drawing mixed reaction on the issue. NABJ – NAHJ’s Demetria Bias reports […]
By Nallah Brown When the COVID-19 virus struck Tallahassee, Florida, the home of Florida A&M University, the campus community responded with urgent care. FAMU invited Second Harvest of the Big Bend to set up emergency […]
By Christian Crittenden Twenty minutes before tip-off on March 11 between the Utah Jazz and Oklahoma City Thunder, league officials stormed the court to stop the game. Jazz center Rudy Gobert had tested positive for […]
This week’s treasurer’s race is a moment to shift not just who will be leading how finances are run, but also to add a millennial to the board. Ernest Owens and Walter Smith-Randolph, the two candidates, talked about their vision for the treasurer’s board seat. […]
Virginia Governor Ralph Northam has signed legislation allowing undocumented immigrants to drive starting January 1, 2021.
NABJ/NAHJ reporter Jennifer Rice says there are new requirements for persons to receive driving privileges. […]