Washington, DC, August 28 2017 — The National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) today issued an urgent national call for support for all people who are being impacted by the devastating flood waters from Hurricane Harvey in Texas, especially now in Houston.
Reserve your hotel rooms for NNPA meetings and conferences for the entire year. Simply click on the links provided for each meeting/conference and follow any additional instructions.
NNPA NATIONAL LEADERSHIP AWARDS RECEPTION (and September Board Meetings)
Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Week, September 20, 21, 2017
Renaissance Washington DC Downtown Hotel, 999 9th Street NW, Washington, DC
CUT-OFF DATE FOR GROUP RATE – August 22, 2017
You may reserve your rooms now by visiting the NNPA reservation page:
You may also call and ask for the NNPA Block at 1-800-524-2000
CUT-OFF DATE FOR GROUP RATE OF $249.00 – December 6, 2017
100 East Main Street, Norfolk, VA 23510
You may call and ask for the NNPA Block at 1-800-Hiltons
CUT-OFF DATE FOR GROUP RATE OF $179.00 – May 24, 2018
Join our DTU Fellows on their journey of a lifetime. Learn more about our DTU Fellows for 2017 and the NNPA newspapers that they will work for this summer. They may be coming to discover the unexpected stories in your city!
Pfizer Inc. and the National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA), a trade association of more than 200 African-American–owned community newspapers from around the United States, are collaborating to raise awareness of sickle cell disease, a lifelong and debilitating genetic disorder that affects red blood cells.
The oldest Black business industry in America began 190 years ago today.
On March 16, 1827, the first edition of the “Freedom’s Journal” was published, thrusting African-Americans into the bustling publishing business.
NNPA President and CEO Dr. Benjamin F. Chavis Jr., said that March 16, 2017 is a sacred historical day in the long, multidimensional freedom struggle of African people in America and throughout the world, because of the courage of John Brown Russwurm and Samuel Cornish who dared first to publish the “Freedom’s Journal.”
NNPA is a trade association of the more than 200 African American-owned community newspapers from around the United States. Since its founding 75 years ago, NNPA has consistently been the voice of the black community.
The Black Press believes that America can best lead the world away from racial and national antagonisms when it accords to every person, regardless of race, color or creed, full human and legal rights. Hating no person, the Black Press strives to help every person in the firm belief that all are hurt as long as anyone is held back.
The National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) is committed to providing its members with valuable information, opportunities, and services. We recognize that communication amongst our publishers is a key tool to improving the industry.
As the only national website featuring news exclusively from African-American journalists and Black community publications, www.BlackPressUSA.com has been well-received by on-line news readers, including several popular Black talk radio hosts. “I used to check the Washington Post’s website first thing every morning,” says Joe Madison, morning talk radio host at WOL-AM in Washington, DC. “Now I check BlackPressUSA.com.”
We assist our advertisers with the planning & implementation of any marketing campaign targeting our readership and the African American Community. Utilizing NNPA Media Services is an efficient and effective way to reach a diversified target audience with customized advertising packages.
The buying power of the African American community is projected to grow to $1.3 trillion by 2017, according to Nielsen Media Research and NNPA research services.
As the largest and most influential Black-owned media resource in America, NNPA delivers news, information, and commentary to over 20 million people each week.