#MoreLatinosInNews – #NAHJtraining

NAHJ is programing a series of webinars, e-training and tutorials exclusively designed to benefit NAHJ members nationwide. These programs include the Google News Initiative Digital tools training for Spanish speaking newsrooms, deep-dive webinars on digital security, tips on how to work from home, a tool kit on surviving a layoff, mental health care tips for professionals and student journalists, specialized e-training for students, among others that continue to be added on a monthly basis.

Webinars are open to NAHJ members only (unless specified). Join NAHJ today so you don’t miss any of these opportunities and share the word with your colleagues. Have a financial/COVID19 hardship or been laid off? Email us at [email protected] to ask for a free membership. 


NAHJ members are now able to view past webinars and trainings through our Webinar Video Library. Since April 2020, NAHJ has trained over 1000 journalists, educators, and students from all over the country. Here you can find the recordings of 19 sessions conducted throughout the year and more to come!



Mental Health Tips for Journalists in the time of Coronavirus

This panel was hosted by the NAHJ Los Angeles Chapter.

The NAHJ Los Angeles Chapter is hosting a Zoom panel discussion on Thursday, July 23, 2020, at 6 p.m. PST, on mental health for journalists during the coronavirus pandemic. We will discuss how journalists are handling the pandemic’s devastating impact on the Latino community; the economic recession and financial crisis in many newsrooms; and the fight against racism. The goal is to allow for a discussion on how people are taking care of themselves during this difficult time and to share helpful self-care tips.

DATE/TIME: Thursday, July 23 – 6:00 p.m. Pacific / 9:00 p.m. Eastern.
DURATION: 90 minutes



A Six Month Retrospective of Coronavirus Coverage in New York City 

This panel was hosted by the NAHJ New York Chapter.

NAHJ New York Chapter presents a journalistic recap of coronavirus coverage in New York City, which was once the epicenter of the pandemic in the United States. Our panelists will offer resources and advice to the members watching on how to cover a pandemic with care and accuracy while maintaining a work/life balance.

DATE/TIME: Thursday, July 23 – 6:00pm-8:30pm ET



How to fight racism and not get fired from your 
mainstream media job

This panel was hosted by the Los Angeles NAHJ Chapter.

The Los Angeles chapter of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists is hosting a Zoom panel discussion on avoiding conflicts of interest at a time of national crisis. Americans are risking their lives to take to the streets and protest police brutality, institutional discrimination and centuries of anti-Black racism in the U.S. As this historic moment unfolds, many journalists are once again asking themselves what they can and cannot do when it comes to participating in political discourse. This panel will feature seasoned journalists discussing their efforts to honor their personal beliefs and uphold their newsroom's ethics codes.



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