There will no meeting this month. Please join us for our next general meeting on Saturday, May 17, 2014.
2013 BJASC Scholarship Recipients
Nine journalism students received an early 2013 Christmas present in the form of scholarships from the Black Journalists Association of Southern California. BJASC held its 2013 Scholarship Awards Reception at the historic Wilfandel House in Los Angeles. Approximately $9,500 in scholarships were awarded to continue its tradition of supporting outstanding journalism students. Since the program’s […]
BJASC Invites The Public To Health Care Forum
BLACK JOURNALISTS ASSOCIATION HOSTS “UNDERSTANDING THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT: What Does It Mean for You?” The Black Journalists Association of Southern California will host “Understanding the Affordable Care Act”, a community conversation to discuss the details of the Affordable Care Act on Saturday, October 5, at 11:00 a.m. The event will take place at the Second […]
NABJ and BJASC mourn the loss of veteran sportswriter and record-setting USC football player Lonnie White. White started his career at The Los Angeles Times in 1987 working his way up from a desk clerk position answering phones to a staff writing position. He was a respected writer who wrote about high school, collegiate, and professional sports. White wrote about his beloved football, but also about basketball, hockey, and boxing....
Please join us this Saturday, March 15th, for a lively discussion with our guest speaker Los Angeles County Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas.
About Mark Ridley-Thomas
Ridley-Thomas was elected in November 2008 and reelected in June 2012 to the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors. Ridley-Thomas is an aggressive advocate for the Second District’s nearly 2 million residents. He has promoted the district’s interests on a variety of fronts, including transportation, job...
TITLE: HOW TO TURN MY INTERNSHIP INTO MY FIRST JOB
DATE: Wednesday, March 5, 2014
TIME: 8 – 9 PM Eastern time
WHERE: Follow here on Google+ to participate in the hangout.
The session will go live on YouTube and recorded for those who can’t join us live.
This Google Hangout is presented by NABJ and NAHJ Student Representatives: Khorri Atkinson and Olmar Vanegas. The panelists are:
Wesley Lowery, covers...
“Covering the Greatness: The Life and Death of Nelson Mandela”
The Black Journalists Association of Southern California invites you to “Covering the Greatness: The Life and Death of Nelson Mandela”, a panel discussion featuring National Association of Black Journalists President Bob Butler, BJASC vice-president and Los Angeles Times video journalists Ann Simmons and journalist Darlene Donloe.
The panel is Wednesday, Feb. 26 from 4:00-6:30 p.m. The event will take place...