Atlanta Association of Black Journalists
Since 1976, AABJ has been an advocate for diversity in mainstream media.
Our nonprofit has been serving African-American journalists in metro-Atlanta for more than 30 years. We sponsor the award-winning public affairs program “In Contact.” We are also your local connection to the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ).
AABJ Online Fundraiser: 43 Years Campaign
AABJ’s $43 for 43 fundraising campaign is still ongoing. In its 43rd year, we are asking members to donate $43 to go towards programming, scholarships, and events throughout the year. Be sure to invite your friends, coworkers and anyone you know that supports our members in print, communications, public relations, radio, broadcast, digital and the many trailblazers in the literary world. Be sure to share our campaign on your social media by using the hashtag #AABJ43.
Sat21Sep201910 a.m. to NoonA.G. Rhodes Health & Rehab Senior Center
It's that time again! Our next AABJ in the Community event takes place Sept. 21 at A.G. Rhodes Health & Rehab at the Grant Park location. We will be interacting with the seniors who live there, some who have family, some who do not. Let's show our seniors support from AABJ.
NABJ Region III Convention
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Public Affairs Programming
IN Contact airs Sundays at 10:30 a.m. on the AIB Network.
AABJ is an award-winning chapter with hundreds of members, who represent nearly every aspect of the communications industry including print, radio, television, new media and public relations.