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).
Sun19May20191:00 pmOpen Hand Atlanta 181 Armour Dr NE, Atlanta, Georgia 30324
AABJ in the Community Service Project
AABJ is partnering with Open Hand Atlanta again. This time we will be doing meal prep. Open Hand provides healthy prepared meals to meet the daily nutrition needs of low-income men, women, and children, as well as homebound seniors and disabled individuals. Your support will go a long way in helping Open Hand carry out its mission.
Sat01Jun201911 a.m.-2:30 p.m.WSBTV-2 1601 West Peachtree Street, Atlanta
The Black Male Media Project: Becoming A Gatekeeper
Get your tickets to this year's AABJ's Black Male Media Project: "Becoming a Gatekeeper."
There are plenty of Black faces in front of the camera. Now is the time to have the discussion about the faces behind the camera. Who are the people making decisions about which stories are being told and how?
We've invited six panelists in different decision-making roles to share how they landed their job, the impact it has caused, and how can we get more Black men involved in decision-making roles. #InspireBlackMen
Get your tickets today! Limited seating!
*LUNCH WILL BE PROVIDED
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Wed07Aug2019Sun11Aug2019TBDJ.W. Marriott Miami Turnberry Resort & Spa
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.