National Association of Black Journalists

Founded: March 14, 1990
State and National Affiliations:
Affiliated with the National Association of Black Journalists
  The purpose of the National Association of Black Journalists is to bring together Black journalists with similar concerns, recruiting and retaining African-American journalism students, and providing support and network opportunities among journalism professionals and students.

To become a member, a student must have a major or minor in the journalism or telecommunications department. Please visit our Web site or e-mail one of the officers below for more information about NABJ.

NABJ Leadership for 2014-2015:

Shae Gist, President
Sartavia Morland, Vice President
Maria Williams-Hawkins, Advisor

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Department of Telecommunications
Ball Communication Building (BC), 201
Ball State University
Muncie, IN 47306

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