Why The Country’s Largest Minority-Journalism Group May Close

As it prepares to mark its 40th anniversary this week, the National Association of Black Journalists is in trouble.

 

After running a deficit of $227,000 last year, the NABJ — the country’s oldest and largest minority-journalism group — told its members in November that it expects to end 2015 even deeper in the red.

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