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New Ways: The Story Behind the Story – Investigative Strategies

Presented on March 5, New Ways - Atlanta - was designed for journalists to build their data/investigative skills, narrative storytelling abilities and knowledge of HIV and AIDS. Over the next few weeks, NLGJA will be sharing six sessions from the one-day training...

NLGJA Welcomes Sachelle Brooks to the Staff

NLGJA is excited to announce the newest addition to the NLGJA Staff, Sachelle Brooks. She will fill the role of Administrative Assistant with a focus on member outreach. Brooks first served as the Communications Intern for NLGJA through a program with The Washington...

The Journey – How HIV and AIDS Reporting Started

New Ways is a series of in-person and web-based trainings, fellowships and specially designed online resources to improve access to information on HIV and AIDS through a partnership with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. These resources are designed to...

NSNC Joins NLGJA’s Diverse Network of Partners

Recognizing the importance of increasing diversity in journalism, NLGJA will expand its strategic partnerships to now include the National Society of Newspaper Columnists. For NSNC, this networking alliance is part of an diversity initiative started by NSNC President...

Excellence in Journalism Awards Due

Need a competitive edge to win an Excellence in Journalism Award? Submit your work to the Excellence in Journalism Awards category or categories that best match. Now with 30 possible categories to apply for, its important to nominate your work in a complimentary category.

A Call for Applications to NLGJA 2016 Scholarships

Two national scholarships are awarded annually to deserving students dedicated to fostering fair and accurate coverage of LGBT issues For Immediate Release: April 15, 2016 Media Contact: Bach Polakowski Bach@nlgja.org or 202-588-9888 Washington, DC – NLGJA – The...