NABJ celebrates 40 years in Minneapolis – sights and highlights

Some 2,000 journalists and media personalities were in Twin Cities for the 40th National Association of Black Journalists convention in Minneapolis, August 5 – 9. Iyanla Vanzant, Louis Gossett, Jr. and more were in attendance, Mint Condition performed at a fundraiser, and Prince invited members to Paisley Park to close out event.

See highlights from those in attendance in the Storify below. Refresh your browser if you don’t see the Storify. 

Check the website and this week’s print for more NABJ  coverage.

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