Nashville Selected to host 2020 NABJ Region III Conference

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The National Association of Black Journalists Region III executive board members selected Nashville as the host chapter for the 2020 conference on Wednesday.

“We look forward to sharing the historic black culture of Music City, from the four HBCUs, to the brand new Music Hall of Fame, and of course – the Hot Chicken,” said NABJ Nashville Chapter President and FOX 17 Assignment Manager Grover Murrell.

Details on hotel arrangements, workshops and tours to come.

The National Association of Black Journalists’ Region III consists of professional and student chapters in NC, SC, TN, MS, AL, GA , FL, LA, OK, AR and TX.

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