George Daniels announced his bid for re-election to the Society of Professional Journalists National Board of Directors.
Robin M. Ware and R. Pamela Adams are the social media superstars at the 18th Annual Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship International Conference in Atlanta.
High school students at two multicultural journalism workshops took part in an unprecedented exchange about their summer experiences, which were both funded by the Dow Jones News Fund.
Images and Sounds of the June 25, 2011 candle march in Downtown Birmingham tell the story of the opposition to Alabama’s new immigration law, the toughest in the nation.
Groups came from near and far to stand against Alabama’s new immigration law. The silent protest and prayers in Linn Park was one of the largest gatherings yet since the legislation was signed into law.
Outgoing Lynchburg (Va.) School Superintendent Paul McKendrick and San Diego Area School Superintendent Tony Burks are the two finalists for Tuscaloosa City Schools Superintendent.
High school students attending the ASPA Long Weekend did some on-camera video work on Day 2 of the three-day event.
High school students begin a major weekend video project in connection with the upcoming 75th anniversary of the Alabama Scholastic Press Association.
Anthony Nzeocha, an education and psychology professor at Stillman College in Tuscaloosa, is remembered for his advocacy for technology in the classroom and his award-winning teaching. His memorial service will be held Thursday, June 16.
The 2011 Southern Christian Writers Conference afforded me the opportunity to share with a group of women inspired to present their ideas on the web.