National Association of Black Journalists

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The NABJ is considered the largest organization of journalists of color in the U.S.A.[1] Its origins, according to NABJ, go back to December 12, 1975 when 44 men and women joined together. Among the founders are major figures in journalism and the media, individuals like Max Robinson, Vernon Jarrett of the Chicago Tribune, Joe Davidson, Paul Delaney from the New York Times, and news anchor Maureen Bunyan.