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Mayor Nutter Welcomes The National Association Of Black Journalists Back To Philadelphia
Philadelphia Mayor Michael A. Nutter welcomes the largest organization of journalists of color, the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ), back to the city where the organization was founded at a Philadelphia Multicultural Affairs Congress (a division of the Philadelphia Convention & Visitors Bureau) press event held during an NABJ board visit recently. The NABJ convention will bring nearly 4,000 journalists to Philadelphia from August 3-7, 2011.



(Standing from l-rt) Bruce Crawley, Multicultural Affairs Congress (MAC) founder; Maurice Foster, NABJ executive director; Tanya Hall, MAC executive director; Sandra Long, NABJ founding member; Philadelphia Mayor Michael A. Nutter; Kathy Times, NABJ president; Ahmeenah Young, Pennsylvania Convention Center president & CEO; and Sarah Glover, Philadelphia chapter president of NABJ.
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