Atlanta Association of Black Journalists

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

About AABJ

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).

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Latest Updates

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Atlanta Association of Black Journalists

And the good news keeps on coming! Congrats to our AABJ Parlimentarian Wilton Jackson!! He just landed a new gig as a Trending Reporter with the Clarion-Ledger! We’re proud of you sir! ... See MoreSee Less

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We want to send a big shout out to our AABJ baby Cierra Cheyenne Johnson!!!

She is a CAU 2019 graduate; she served as president of the CAU-NABJ chapter; and she started off as an intern with AIB-TV and eventually landed a paid gig with the station while she attended CAU.

Now, Cierra will join CNN’s Documentary Unit as a production assistant. We are soooooo proud of her! 💕💕💕 Congrats boo!!! ... See MoreSee Less

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If you’re attending #NABJ19, don’t forget to add NABJ Chapter Day to your schedule.

Our very own AABJ President Carol M. Gantt will serve as a panelist for session #3.

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Atlanta Association of Black Journalists

Now you can get ready for #NABJ19 and download our exclusive frame for Facebook!

Click “try it” below!

When you use the frame tag us with #NABJ19. See you in Miami! ... See MoreSee Less

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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.

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2018 NABJ Region III Convention (Recap)