In collaboration with Boston University's College of Communication, the Boston Association of Black Journalists will be holding a panel discussion titled "Journalism in the Trump Era." The panel will discuss how journalists, and particularly journalists of color, are responding to the impact of the Trump administration.
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Today, the National Association of Black Journalists announced Clayton Gutzmore has been named the association's student representative.
Mr. Eure, who spent 25 years at the Globe, retiring in 1988 as director of community relations, died July 2 in Presentation Rehabilitation & Skilled Care Center in Brighton of complications from dementia. He was 91 and had lived in Boston, and previously in Sharon, since the mid-1960s.
Today, the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) announces the selection of New Orleans as the host city for its 2017 Convention and Career Fair. Detroit has been selected to host the 2018 Convention.
Coverage of the BABJ and the SNEABJ Black History Month event, "How far have we come and where are we headed," was featured in the Providence American.