After several days of friction between two of the most powerful Latino journalism organizations in the country, a new board of directors tasked with the stewardship of a planned partnership between NAHJ and CCNMA will assemble on the last day of the 2017 convention.
La seguridad que se vive en México es agravante para los periodistas. Reportar la verdad puede ser una sentencia de muerte.
NAHJ members questioned board members on Saturday about the organization’s finances and called on leaders to quit fighting over a controversial merger with CCNMA.
NAHJ’s scholarship program led college students to think that the organization would help them pay for tuition. Instead, they were flown to Anaheim.
People of color share cultural markers they use to remind them of their heritage. They’re confidence-boosters in predominantly white work spaces.
For many journalists thrust into the emotional turmoil of terrorist attacks, war zones, natural disasters — or everyday crime and destruction — one of the most challenging parts of the job can be dealing with the trauma of others.
Journalists tackle the emotional toll of covering natural disasters.
With the 2018 mid-term elections a little more than a year away, the impact of the Latino vote remains uncertain.
Cada lágrima que caía sobre el rostro de Ana representa la preocupación que viven muchos inmigrantes. “Tenemos miedo de abrir las puertas de la casa, de salir a las calles
The email may have raised more questions than it answered about the CCNMA-NAHJ split.
If Congress doesn’t keep the DACA program from dissolving, some “DACA-mented” convention go-ers are at greater risk of deportation.
Finding a job is every recent graduate dream. In an industry like journalism, where the supply is higher than the demand this could be a difficult challenge.
The story of Wall’s death and disappearance is a cautionary tale for female freelancers.
Investigative reporters share their secrets to help journalists press authorities on answering public records requests.
Diversity is often lacking in the book world, so one author, along with some publishers and librarians, are trying to bring a more multicultural approach to publishing.
Latinos make up a small but growing percentage of the American Muslim population and mosques are finding ways to make them feel welcome.
Due to scheduling changes in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, the San Antonio Association of Hispanic Journalists’ is asking members to vote online about scholarship question.
Growing up as a self-described “poor, brown kid” in San Diego, Lalo Alcaraz heard the insults — heard that being Mexican was “the lowest thing possible.”
One in every seven babies born in 2015 were multiracial and of those, 42 percent had one Hispanic and one white parent.
The word had just leaked out in the Los Angeles Times newsroom. Everyone gathered around to hear the news. There was champagne ready to be poured. Then word finally came
This year’s NAHJ National Convention has barely started but 2018 plans are already underway.
The California Chicano News Media Association said it would no longer present the prestigious Ruben Salazar Journalism Awards during the National Association of Hispanic Journalism’s annual conference.
The University of Texas at El Paso and the National Association of Hispanic Journalists launched a survey to measure job satisfaction among Latino journalists.
An unexpected vote at the NAHJ board meeting may jeopardize a planned partnership with the California Chicano News Media Association.
When Jose joined a street gang in Los Angeles, he just wanted to chill but he didn’t know what he was getting himself into.
There are two life-threatening crises facing children in the largely Hispanic city of Santa Ana: high obesity rates and pervasive street gangs.
They call themselves locas, these two Latinas from Los Angeles, who hope to change the way people talk about mental health issues.
What else is there to Anaheim besides Disney? A whole lot more.