NABJ Convention: New Orleans, La.

In mid-June I traveled to New Orleans for the National Association of Black Journalists’ 37th annual convention. NABJ selected 35 students to participate in a week-long student project and I was one of the students selected! We received hands-on newsroom training from amazing journalists and journalism educators. I worked with a talented and tremendously supportive team of photo and multimedia mentors: Akili Ramsess, Rashaun Rucker, Kimberly Mitchell and Ken-Yon Hardy. Our work can be seen here: http://nabjconvention.org/

Below are two photo stories I shot during my time in the NOLA.

About the Author:
Beatrice Katcher is a multimedia journalist who enjoys reporting on education, technology, art and culture. A native Detroiter, she received a BA in Journalism Honors from Wayne State University, and her love of dynamic storytelling is why she studies multimedia at UC Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism. She is one of two recipients of the 2014 AP-Google Journalism and Technology Scholarship Program.

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