The National Association of Hispanic Journalists is launching a news platform for longform journalism by its members in an effort to help distribute work from freelancers and emphasize investigative and narrative storytelling, officials said.
Efforts to thoroughly vet allegations of sexual misconduct and inappropriate relationships among NAHJ officials, mentors and students unraveled over the course of a year-long probe as investigators struggled to confirm facts and reach those involved, The Latino Reporter has found.
Los militares, vistiendo uniformes azulados, entran y salen de las tiendas que se ubican a los lados del río, mientras las embarcaciones de colores cargan a civiles que miran fascinados a todas partes.
NAHJ lifetime member Ricardo Sandoval-Palos joined the organization the year after it was created. Thirty-four years later, he reflects how far he — and NAHJ — have come.
Every year the NAHJ Latino Reporter features the people from around the convention. These are the 2019 Gente de NAHJ.
The NAHJ board announced on Saturday that it will release a “cultural competency guide” in January. The organization’s president said
Journalists are human, and they make mistakes — some during the convention.
Three little girls perched on a rock across from the makeshift stage while MidNite Flores stepped up to the microphone
NAHJ returned a $16,666 check to Fox News, but the Society of Professional Journalists and the Radio Television Digital News Association, declined to follow suit in returning Fox’s money.
The shooting death of 22 people inside an El Paso Walmart devastated communities across Texas.
Shyann White grew up with draft horses. Now, she drives a carriage with draft horses.
Hugo Balta, president of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists, spoke to the Latino Reporter Thursday to address questions related to the 2019 Excellence in Journalism conference.
Many of the most sought-after souvenirs are not from the iconic Tex-Mex city. Some aren’t even from the same continent.
ThinkProgress, an influential progressive media website, officially shut down Friday.
San Antonio’s River Walk is beautiful. Just don’t jump in.
In San Antonio, presidential candidate and former San Antonio Mayor Julián Castro met with a group of Latinos journalists from across the country to talk issues.