June 2019 | “Black Men In Media”

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We're excited for our second annual “Black Men in Media” and to welcome Entertainment Tonight's Kevin Frazier, Rolling Stone's Jamil Smith, and Professor Darnell Hunt, author of UCLA's Hollywood Diversity Report. Our vice president, Jarrett Hill, will moderate the discussion on the recent and most pervasive images of Black men in media.

Join us June 1st at 11:00 a.m. at SAG/AFTRA as part of NABJ’s nationwide Black Male Media Project which aims to help change the narrative around the lives and images of Black men in the news and in society.

Tickets are $5, with all proceeds going to our scholarship program. Tickets are free for NABJLA dues-paying members with discount code.

Get your tickets here.


Kevin Frazier is a co-host of Entertainment Tonight and the founder and owner of the urban entertainment website HipHollywood.com.

Jamil Smith is a senior writer for Rolling Stone magazine. His reporting and commentary deal with a range of political and cultural topics, including race, gender, national politics and pop culture.

Darnell Hunt is the dean of Social Sciences at UCLA and the former director of the Ralph J. Bunche Center for African American Studies. He is the author annual reports on the lack of diversity in the film industry.