NABJ/NAHJ Virtual Convention

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[By: Victoria Garcia Unzueta] Earlier this August, HBW gave me the opportunity to attend the National Association of Black Journalists/National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NABJ/NAHJ) Joint Convention in Washington, DC. However, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, my plans were shifted around and I ended up becoming part of history by attending the first-ever virtual NABJ/NAHJ Joint Convention. Partnered for the first time, NAHJ and NABJ […]

Afro-Latinae Reading List

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[By: Kai Hansen] In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, HBW has compiled a reading list for the occasion. From memoirs to graphic novels, here are 10 fantastic books by Afro-Latinae authors you should read this month:   A Message From Rosa – An African Diaspora Novel in Short Stories by Quince Duncan A Message From Rosa consists of a series of short stories describing historical […]

Richard Wright’s legacy and remembering George Floyd – Part 3 (Final)

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In August 2020,  members of the Richard Wright family wrote statements regarding the social unrest our country has faced and shared them in the “Richard Wright News Bulletin.” In honor of Richard Wright’s 112th birthday on September 4, 2020, HBW begins a three-part series as an inter-generational family tribute to Wright’s legacy. Part III For all those who are willing to go beyond a mere […]

Richard Wright’s legacy and remembering George Floyd – Part 2

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In August 2020,  members of the Richard Wright family wrote statements regarding the social unrest our country has faced and shared them in the “Richard Wright News Bulletin.” In honor of Richard Wright’s 112th birthday on September 4, 2020, HBW begins a three-part series as an inter-generational family tribute to Wright’s legacy. Part II I am grateful to George Floyd for reminding me of an […]

Richard Wright’s Legacy: Remembering George Floyd – Part 1

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In August 2020, members of the Richard Wright family wrote statements regarding the social unrest our country has faced and shared them in the “Richard Wright News Bulletin.” In honor of Richard Wright’s 112th birthday on September 4, 2020, HBW begins a three-part series as an inter-generational family tribute to Wright’s legacy. Part I A world ago, before COVID-19, before Ahmaud Arbery, before Breonna Taylor, […]

In Memoriam: Randall Kenan

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[ By: Kai Hansen ] “Randall Kenan’s work was a beautiful thing. Randall Kenan’s life was a rare gift.” Dr. James A. Crank                                              Photo Credit: University of North Carolina The Project on the History of Black Writing mourns the passing of Randall Kenan, who […]