AIRLINE INDUSTRY INFORMATION-(C)1997-2012 M2 COMMUNICATIONS US carrier United Airlines revealed on Thursday the renewal of its partnership with the National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ), a provider of English and Spanish-language print, photo, broadcast and online media news coverage of the Latino community.
What does NAHJ stand for?
NAHJ stands for National Association of Hispanic Journalists
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- North American Hydraulics Incorporated
- North American Historians of Islamic Art (New York, NY)
- National Adolescent Health Information Center (University of California, San Francisco)
- Noor Al Houda Islamic College (Sydney, New South Wales, Australia)
- National Association of Home Inventory Professionals (Hebron, Connecticut)
- Native American and Hispanics Internship Program
- Nancy A. Humphreys Institute for Political Social Work (Connecticut)
- National Animal Health Information System
- National Alliance for Health Information Technology
- Noise-Averaged Hermitian-Jacobi Fast Subspace Tracking (algorithm)
- N-Acyl-Homoserine Lactone (microbiology)
- North American Hockey League
- Northern Alberta Health Libraries Association
- National Animal Health Laboratory Network
- National Association of Hispanic and Latino Studies (Scarborough, ME)
- National Arts and Humanities Month
- National Association of Hosiery Manufacturers
- Native American Heritage Month
- Native American Holocaust Museum
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M2 BEST BOOKS-(C)2000-2012 M2 COMMUNICATIONS US carrier United Airlines revealed on Thursday the renewal of its partnership with the National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ), a provider of English and Spanish-language print, photo, broadcast and online media news coverage of the Latino community.
and the National Association of Hispanic Journalists announced last week.
Along with the Native American Journalists Association, the National Association of Hispanic Journalists, and the Asian American Journalists Association, NABJ saw a struggle that could be tackled collectively.
Here's the problem for the editorial writers, cartoonists, and other journalism specialty organizations: We journalists whom society defines by something bigger than a profession -- such as color or sexual orientation -- can commune with people doing the same jobs we do at a convention of the National Association of Black Journalists, the National Association of Hispanic Journalists, the Asian-American Journalists Association, the Native American Journalists Association, or the Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association.