The report, the first of what Nielsen and NNPA
say will be annual installments in a three-year alliance between the two groups, showcases the buying and media habits and consumer trends of African-Americans.
joins the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People's boycott on South Carolina that has been in place since 1999.
In 2002, he left the NNPA
to become the director of Amnesty International's American human-rights program, where he lobbied against racial profiling, particularly of Arab Americans and Muslims after September 11.
leaders have publicly criticized the recent FCC vote relaxing ownership restrictions as a threat to alternative voices like the black press, at a time when affirmative action and a range of social issues are under assault.
When Leavell was elected last June, she said the NNPA
"will remain fully in the forefront of the continuing struggle for black rights.
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The letter, first reported by Hazel Trice Edney in the National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA
) newsletter, was inspired by a similar entreaty to the White House last spring by NNPA
Chairman John B.
Microsoft worked with the NNPA
and the Howard Department of Journalism to develop a lab favorable to learning and equipped with high-tech tools to teach the curriculum to the 367 currently enrolled journalism majors.
Jackson received the award on June 26 at the NNPA
Merit Awards Dinner, held during the group's National Convention in Minneapolis.
Star-Ledger, and for wire services such as The NNPA
News Service, Capital News Service (of the University of Maryland's Philip Merrill College of Journalism) and the Knight-Ridder Wire.