NLGJA is proud to announce that ABC News Correspondent Gio Benitez and ESPN Senior Writer & ABC News Contributor LZ Granderson will co-host its 21st annual New York Benefit: Headlines & Headliners on Thursday, March 31.
NLGJA-NorCal is pleased to announce its 2015 Bob Ross Student Scholarship. For the eighth year in a row, the Bob Ross Foundation has generously offered $2,500 for the winner of this scholarship.
I hope to see you on Thursday, June 25 for L.A. Exclusive – A National Benefit for NLGJA and an evening not to be missed.
We’re coming together to support NLGJA’s work to advance fair and accurate coverage of LGBT issues. Cyd Zeigler, co-founder of OutSports, will be honored with the Lisa Ben Award for Achievement in Features Coverage.
NLGJA today announced a call for entries for the Aarons and Longcope scholarships to honor and advance fair and accurate coverage of the LBGT community.
Founded in 1990, National Lesbian & Gay Journalists Association (NLGJA) is an organization of journalists, media professionals, educators and students working from within the news industry to foster fair and accurate coverage of LGBT issues. NLGJA has been a beacon for LGBT journalists through its education, networking and training programs – most especially its national convention, the largest gathering of its kind. NLGJA opposes all forms of workplace bias and provides professional development to its members.
Chapter President: Doug Moore
Treasurer: Troy Diggs
Today NLGJA – The Association of LGBTQ Journalists – announces the recipients of its Excellence in Journalism Awards and salutes their exemplary work in 2015.
NLGJA: The Association of LGBTQ Journalists applauds The Daily Beast’s decision to remove its story, “The Other Olympic Sport in Rio: Swiping,” which outed gay athletes using the hook-up app Grindr in Rio de Janeiro.
The Philadelphia chapter of NLGJA hosted a reception on Sunday for LGBT journalists and media professionals to welcome them to town before coverage of the Democratic National Convention heated up.
NLGJA, The Association of LGBTQ Journalists, is pleased to announce that two new inductees will be enrolled in the LGBTQ Journalists Hall of Fame this fall at the association’s 24th annual convention.
This year’s Hall of Fame honorees will be Ina Fried and LZ Granderson.
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NLGJA – The Association of LGBTQ Journalists encourages journalists writing about the change in policy on transgender service members to be fair and accurate in their coverage.
NLGJA has established three fellowships for working journalists.
Each of the three NLGJA Fellowships provides a $2,000 stipend for…