Founded in 1975, the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) offers programming and advocacy for Black journalists and media professionals. The nonprofit, which is more than 4,000 members strong, is based in Maryland, but it provides services globally and has multiple local chapters. NABJ's work centers on several goals, including strengthening connections between Black journalists, students, professionals, and educators; diversifying the journalism field; and expanding opportunities for Black students to see themselves in a journalism career. On the NABJ site, readers can stay in-the-know on upcoming events and conferences, browse the NABJ job search center, and engage with various learning opportunities such as the recorded 2020 LGBTQ+ Sensitivity Training. Additionally, under the News and Media tab, readers will find archived issues of the NABJ Journal, containing various resources and highlighting prominent journalists and their successes. Readers interested in joining NABJ will find membership information by clicking "Join" at the top of the page (note that various membership levels and corresponding membership fees are available).