Atlanta Association of Black Journalists (AABJ)


Celebrating 40 Years

Since 1976 AABJ has been an advocate for diversity in mainstream media.

40th Anniversary Holiday Reception

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Please join us as we wrap up our 40th anniversary year with holiday cheer, food, drinks, fellowship and fun! Scholarships awards for exceptional journalism students will also be announced.

When: Thursday, December 8, 2016

Time: 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM EST

Where: Loft at Castleberry Hill, 170 Northside Drive SW, Atlanta, GA 30313

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**Attention AABJ Members**
Important messages from the AABJ President!

1. First Dues Increase in Decades!
Our 40th year is coming to a close and so are the $40 membership dues. Starting January 1st, 2017, membership dues will increase to $50. So this is a great time to join or renew your AABJ membership! Go to aabj.org and sign up by December 31st!

2. Board of Directors VP Openings!
AABJ is looking for a few good journalists to serve on the Board of Directors. You’ll work and plan exciting new events for the coming year.

-Vice President of Print
The VP of Print is a print journalist who will oversee the digital publication of our bimonthly newsletter “The Byline”. You will work with writers and editors of “The Byline” and provide monthly reports about “The Byline” to the Board of Directors.

-Vice President of Broadcast
The VP of Broadcast is a television or radio journalist who will be a liaison with the Executive Producer of AABJ’s community affairs show “In Contact”; be the point person to AIB Network and provide monthly reports about “In Contact” to the Board of Directors.

To apply for VP of Print or Broadcast, email your resume to:
Aabj.org@gmail.com
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