NYU Journalism is pursuing a wide-ranging diversity, equity, and inclusion initiative this academic year.
Meet some of our students on Instagram. Come to our panels where we explore journalism, identity and issues that matter through a BIPOC lens. Engage with and tell us how we as a community can move forward in an inclusive and meaningful way.
Your First Amendment Protections
The First Amendment protects the right to assemble, newsgathering, and making videos of police doing their jobs.
First Amendment Watch: The First Amendment Right to Record Police
First Amendment Watch: What Is the Right to Protest and How Is It Protected Under the First Amendment?
Our Diversity Discussion Panels
Check back soon for upcoming events!
Truth, Objectivity & Journalists of Color
April 11, 2023Read More
Affirmative Action’s Backstory
February 1, 2023Read More
Race and the Midterm Elections
October 27, 2022Read More
Beyond Black and White: The Roots of Anti-Asian Violence
October 20, 2022Read More
Covering the Battle over Race and History in America’s Schools
September 13, 2022Read More
The Color of Money
January 28, 2022Read More
Discussion: Your First Job
December 1, 2021Read More
Diversity Discussion: Building a Career in Network News
April 8, 2021Read More
Diversity Discussion: Confronting Anti-Asian Hate
March 29, 2021Read More
First Amendment Watch Public Forum: Open Courts & Racial Justice
March 24, 2021Read More
Covering Protests: New Challenges for a New Era
February 24, 2021Read More
February 16, 2021Read More
Queer Journalists Navigate the Newsroom
November 19, 2020Read More
Race and the 2020 Presidential Election
October 27, 2020Read More
Trauma and Self Care
September 23, 2020Read More
Coalition of Minority Journalists
Get involved and keep an eye out for events sponsored by the Coalition of Minority Journalists. They are a student-led group focused on uplifting minority journalists. CMJ holds panels and networking events that feature top journalists who share what it takes to be successful as a BIPOC and queer journalist in today’s competitive media landscape.
The coalition is partnered with the National Association of Black Journalists, The National Association of Hispanic Journalists, The Asian American Journalists Association and The Association of LGBTQ Journalists
Memberships in national journalists associations are inexpensive and come with life changing resources, scholarships and job opportunities. As part of our diversity initiatives NYU Journalism supports trips to the national convention of BIPOC journalism organizations which includes The Native American Journalists Association.