The condition of Officer Jesse Hartnett, the future of stop and frisk, and police/community relations were among […]
PHILADELPHIA, PA (October 5, 2015) – The Philadelphia Association of Black Journalists (PABJ) was heartbroken to learn of […]
The Philadelphia Association of Black Journalists (PABJ) was heartbroken to learn of the death of longtime member J. Whyatt “Jerry” […]
It is clear that Philadelphia Magazine will not change until it hires leadership that truly cares about diversity rather than leadership that apologizes for the lack of it whenever it is “called out” by the community. PABJ therefore requests that Tom McGrath resign as editor to make room for a leader whose track record supports a commitment that can ensure Philadelphia Magazine is truly representative of the city for which it is named.
It’s Hip Hop Celebration Day in Philadelphia, and there’s a city proclamation to prove it. A New York man with local roots is hoping take the celebration nationwide.
PHILADELPHIA -The Philadelphia Association of Black Journalists (PABJ), Community College of Philadelphia and the College’s Faculty and Staff […]
State of Pennsylvania Passes Legislation Honoring Legendary CBS News Journalist.