Washington, D.C. - Today the National Lesbian & Gay Journalists Association (NLGJA) announces the recipients of its Excellence in Journalism Awards and salutes their exemplary work.The NLGJA Excellence in Journalism Awards were established in 1993 to foster, recognize and reward excellence in journalism on issues related to the LGBT community. In addition to special recognition awards, awards... read more.
July 23, 2014Media Contact: Bach Polakowski202-588-9888 or Bach@nlgja.orgWashington, D.C. — The National Lesbian & Gay Journalists Association (NLGJA) announced today the 2014 inductees into the LGBT Journalists Hall of Fame:Tracy Baim, Windy City Media publisher, editor, author, historian and filmmakerLisa Keen, often considered the dean of America’s gay... read more.
Pawlus to Lead Premier LGBT Journalists GroupWashington, D.C. – Today the National Lesbian & Gay Journalists Association (NLGJA) announced that Adam K. Pawlus has assumed its top staff post and will oversee its efforts to ensure fair and accurate coverage of LGBT issues. As executive director, he will lead NLGJA's flagship programs, including its annual convention, Breaking Barriers... read more.
Highlights Include a Conversation With NBA Player Jason Collins, a Panel on Chicago-style Politics and Expert Tips From “Oprah” Producer Chris Gajilan on Landing the Interviewer’s Big Get and MoreFor Immediate Release: July 7, 2014 Media Contact: Bach Polakowski 202-588-9888 or email@example.comThe National Lesbian & Gay Journalists... read more.
Learn how to transform dreams of writing a book into a realityChicago, IL – Award-winning author Valerie Boyd will train journalists and media professionals on how to get paid to write the book of their dreams through the right book proposal. Get one-on-one attention from this highly skilled expert in this master class, sponsored by the National Lesbian & Gay Journalists Association... read more.
Always a highlight of the NLGJA National Convention, The NLGJA Women's Networking Dinner, sponsored by General Motors, starts at 7pm. Join us for this NLGJA tradition, and help support women in media. Yes, men are welcome.
Washington, D.C. - The National Lesbian & Gay Journalists Association (NLGJA) will be presenting the first NLGJA Lisa Ben Award for Achievement in Features Coverage to Edythe Eyde. Eyde, who wrote by the pen name Lisa Ben, is the creator of the first known lesbian publication, Vice Versa, which she single-handedly produced and distributed in Los Angeles for a year in the 1940s.“We are so... read more.
NLGJA endevors to provide assistance in the form of free full or partial convention registration at early bird rates to as many members possible. Unfortunately, we often cannot provide assistance to all who request help.NLGJA members interested in getting assistance must apply by providing all of the following information in an email to firstname.lastname@example.org by... read more.
Featuring an assemblage of media movers and shakers, renowned journalists and enthusiastic supporters from Southern California and beyond - all dedicated to advancing fair and accurate coverage of the LGBT community.
The National Lesbian & Gay Journalists Association would like to congratulate Dean Baquet on becoming the first African-American executive editor of The New York Times. NLGJA believes diversity improves news coverage and the workplaces where journalism is practiced. NLGJA would also like to applaud the service of Jill Abramson, who is stepping down after serving as the first female... read more.