The Latino Reporter’s Patsy Montesinos set out find out if San Antonio remembers the Alamo.
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.
A new survey from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention suggests that millennials from communities of color have better mental health than their white counterparts — reversing a longstanding trend.
The sight of uniformed police officers standing at the escalator ascending to the 2019 Excellence in Journalism conference sent an unsettling message: attendees may be at risk.
The NAHJ board of directors announced it will restructure its one-week student project into a nine month-long fellowship.
Pese al cansancio y estrés, periodistas de distintos medios de comunicación escribieron, fotografiaron y grabaron los colores, cánticos y emociones
Jackeline Lizama is a 2019 NAHJ Student Project participant. She is a graduate of the University of North Carolina, Chapel
This is not the first time an NAHJ conference has collided with a storm. Many conventions have been held during hurricane season.
During the organization’s annual conference in 2018, board members revealed that the records dating back to 1984 disappeared.
La independencia editorial de las organizaciones periodísticas sin fines de lucro dedicadas a la fiscalización han acrecentado el interés recientemente hacia el periodismo investigativo en Puerto Rico.
Low-income Latinos are struggling to keep up with some of the harshest side effects of economic development: rising property values and shrinking access to transportation.
Los 12 días de protestas consecutivas en Puerto Rico llevaron a Ricardo Rosselló Nevares a dimitir a la gobernación de la isla.
For the past two years, students and mentors in NAHJ programs have been required to sign a two-page contract barring fraternization after allegations of sexual misconduct were raised ahead of the 2018 national conference.
For many Latinos like Castro, speaking Spanish has been a target for harassment. In an effort to show they are assimilating, they’ve dropped their native language.
Newsrooms struggle to decide how to describe overtly racist language and acts. And the lines are rarely clear.