If You’re Really Into MSNBC and Joy-Ann Reid Right Now You Have Yvette Miley to Thank

Joy-Ann Reid has become a national treasure. As one of few black faces in an anchor chair on MSNBC after the network dealt with the sudden departure of Melissa Harris-Perry in February 2016 and this February’s exit of Tamron Hall, Reid is one of only three African Americans with a regular show on the network. And…

The Once Great NABJ Is Spiraling Down. Here's Why, And Here's How To Fix It

For those of you unfamiliar with the organization – which unfortunately may be the case for even media-literate folks – the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) is arguably the largest, oldest, and most historically significant media advocacy organization in the world.  Founded 40 years ago in a Washington…