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Save the Date for our 2021 National Convention - September 9-12!

NLGJA: The Association of LGBTQ Journalists is excited to announce that we will host our 2021 National Convention from September 9-12. After the smashing success of our 2020 Virtual Convention which hosted nearly 600 attendees, our 2021 Convention will feature virtual components and plenty of opportunities to learn, network and discuss the intersections of journalism and LGBTQ identities. Additional information regarding registration rates and programming will be announced soon. Learn more about the format of the convention here

Register Now for our Inaugural Student Conference!

Register now for our Inaugural Student Conference! This two-day virtual gathering will take place on June 25-26 and will feature opportunities for students to learn from industry experts, connect with fellow student journalists, and explore the intersections of the media world and LGBTQ identities. More information can be found on the conference website.

An Update on our 2021 National Convention

March 31, 2021 On behalf of the board of directors of NLGJA: The Association of LGBTQ Journalists, thank you for your patience as we have been working to evaluate our options surrounding the 2021 National Convention. The convention is scheduled for September 9-12 and...

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An Update on our 2021 National Convention

March 31, 2021 On behalf of the board of directors of NLGJA: The Association of LGBTQ Journalists, thank you for your patience as we have been working to evaluate our options surrounding the 2021 National Convention. The convention is scheduled for September 9-12 and...

Congratulations to Christina Kahrl on Her New Role

NLGJA: The Association of LGBTQ Journalists would like to congratulate Christina Kahrl on her new role as the sports editor for the San Francisco Chronicle. She will be leaving her current role as a longtime senior editor at ESPN. Kahrl, a Lifetime Member of NLGJA:...

Applications for 2021 Excellence in Journalism Awards Now Open

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE PRESS CONTACT: Clare Lefebure press@nlgja.org  WASHINGTON, DC – NLGJA: The Association of LGBTQ Journalists is now accepting online submissions for its 2021 Excellence in Journalism Awards. The Excellence in Journalism Awards are open to anyone,...

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