Representatives of The National Association of Black Journalists and the National Conference of Editorial Writers annually present the award to a media executive who has demonstrated a commitment to diversifying the nation's newsrooms and improving the coverage of people and communities of color.
What does NABJ stand for?
NABJ stands for National Association of Black Journalists
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- North American Biodiversity Information Network
- National Association of Blacks in Public Broadcasting
- Natural and Accelerated Bioremediation Research
- National Association of Band Instrument Repair Technicians
- National Acute Brain Injury Study (neurology)
- National Aquatic Biodiversity Information System
- Nigerian Association for Biblical Studies (Department of Religious Studies; University of Ibadan; Ibadan, Nigeria)
- North America Brain Injury Society
- Northern Alberta Brain Injury Society
- National Biscuit Company
- NATO Armaments Ballistic Kernel (formerly NATO Artillery Ballistic Kernel)
- NATO Artillery Ballistic Kernel
- National Accreditation Board for Laboratories
- National Accreditation Board for Testing and Calibration Laboratories (formerly National Coordination of Testing and Calibration Facilities, India)
- National Ag-Based Lubricants (Center)
- National Association of Bond Lawyers
- National Association of Business Leaders (Earth City, MO)
- Nightmare at Beaver Lake (Sammamish, WA)
- North American Basketball League
- Naval Amphibious Base Little Creek
Samples in periodicals archive:
WASHINGTON The National Association of Black Journalists has begun issuing financial grants to NABJ members directly affected by Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath.
Atlanta Journal-Constitution religion reporter Gayle White asked Jakes about his view on the Christian nation controversy during a meeting in Atlanta with members of the National Association of Black Journalists.
During a 2003 address to the National Association of Black Journalists, Rice none-too-subtly intimated that opponents of the Iraq war are motivated by racism.
In an August 2003 address to the National Association of Black Journalists, Rice said, "We should not let our voice waver in speaking out on the side of people who are seeking freedom.
In August of 1996, in light of Farrakhan's new stature stemming from the Million Man March, the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ)--never known as a hotbed of black militants--took the extremely bold step of inviting Farrakhan to address the group at their convention in Nashville.