The National Association of Black Journalists South Florida operates to serve, educate and empower communities within Broward and Miami-Dade counties. For nearly four decades, the regional chapter of NABJ has united journalists, media professionals, and students who seek diversity and excellence within the industry.
NABJ-South Florida is committed to providing quality programs and services that advocate of behalf of black journalists in South Florida.
The mission of NABJ-South Florida is being fulfilled in many ways including:
- Bolstering relationships among black journalists and media-related professionals.
- Through facilitating annual career and media workshops to expand job opportunities to aspiring minority journalists, as well as providing professional development and training.
- Providing scholarships for high school and college students, including the Rochelle Bridges Memorial Scholarship, the Florida International University Scholarship, and the Dwight Lauderdale Scholarship.
- Educating South Florida residents in the most effective manner to obtain media coverage for important issues and events in their neighborhood.
- Through partnering with local organizations, such as the Martin Luther King Jr. Community Center in Hollywood, to impact South Florida’s communities in various capacities.
- Through fostering support to community commitments including the University of Miami HighSchool Journalism Workshop, the Florida Memorial University Career Day, and various other annual engagements.
- Through advocacy, NABJ-South Florida works hard to ensure fair and unbiased media coverage of issues that are important to minority populations in the region.
- NABJ-South Florida provides media outlets with an inclusive resource of professional journalists of color to help ensure audiences receive an accurate and unbiased “full picture.”
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