Charlotte Area Association of Black Journalists (CAABJ)
CAABJ Super Bowl Party

CAABJ Super Bowl Party

The Patriots and the Giants are playing, but YOU can be the big winner. www.yourlogoresources.com The Charlotte Area Association of Black Journalists is hosting our Super Bowl Party at the newly renovated lounge of the Sheraton Charlotte Airport Hotel. This is your...
Social Media Secrets Revealed at CAABJ Session

Social Media Secrets Revealed at CAABJ Session

Saturday’s Social Media for Journalists training was electric and information-packed. CAABJ members presented their top tips to gaining influence, building a reputation and branding yourself online. Instagram image by S. Kehinde Patterson. Jarvis Holliday, who...
Hidden Valley Volunteer Events

Hidden Valley Volunteer Events

CAABJ encourages you to be a visible part of the solution for a neighborhood needing help. These events take place mid- to late February, so there’s some lead time. Please get involved if you can; if you can’t, help spread the...
Meeting + Free Social Media Workshop Saturday

Meeting + Free Social Media Workshop Saturday

Come out to Kickstand this Saturday for our inaugural 2012 meeting. Get the scoop on our upcoming CIAA Mixer, Accessing the Media workshop, Scholarships, and preparations for the Democratic National Convention! Plus, social media stars Jarvis Holliday (Grown People...

Ken Ward Memorial Service This Monday

Dear CAABJ Members, Ken Ward’s wife Letitia wanted to make sure I thanked you for your prayers and encouraging words following his untimely death.   There is news for those who are interested in helping further.   The family is working on establishing a memorial...
A Message from our President

A Message from our President

My heart is heavy after learning of the loss of a fixture on air in the state of North Carolina.  Ken Ward passed Tuesday night from apparent health complications.    CAABJ President Ken Lemon  He worked as an anchor for News14 Carolina, and most recently with me as a...
Charlotte Reacts to Reporter Ken Ward’s Death

Charlotte Reacts to Reporter Ken Ward’s Death

QCityMetro’s Michaela Duckett writes: “Channel 9 Eyewitness News reporter Ken Ward has died. He was 44. According to Bill Fish, an investigator with the Mecklenburg County Medical Examiner’s Office, Ward’s body was picked up from Presbyterian Hospital...
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