GSLABJ holiday party set for Dec. 1

The GSLABJ will celebrate the holidays with a party from 5–9 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 1, at 5846 Clemens Avenue. Come, share some holiday cheer, meet new friends and greet those you haven't seen in a while. Renew your membership! Share how you can help make GSLABJ even stronger in 2019.

Each member is asked to bring one side dish and may bring one guest. RSVP and include your side dish by Nov. 27. For details, go to: https://www.facebook.com/events/649969102064144/. Reply to GSLABJ@gmail.com.

2018 Living Legends event honors broadcaster Holliday, photographer Price

 2018 Living Legends  Wiley Price  (back row in blue sweater) and  Art Holliday  (back row, far right) with event committee members and keynote speaker   Dorothy Tucker  , VP-Broadcast of the  National Association of Black Journalists  (front row, far right). Photo by  Rosalind Guy .

2018 Living Legends Wiley Price (back row in blue sweater) and Art Holliday (back row, far right) with event committee members and keynote speaker Dorothy Tucker, VP-Broadcast of the National Association of Black Journalists (front row, far right). Photo by Rosalind Guy.



The 2018 Greater St. Louis Association of Black Journalists (GSLABJ) Living Legend event on Saturday, Nov. 3, was a wonderful opportunity to honor two long-time GSLABJ members and important figures in St. Louis journalism as role models and leaders in their fields: Art Holliday, anchor and reporter for KSDK 5 On Your Side and Wiley Price, photographer for the St. Louis American.

The GSLABJ Living Legend event celebrates colleagues who have committed themselves to furthering the GSLABJ and to building the next generation of journalists. Created in 2014, the event has honored several long-term members of our organization. This year, we inducted the first two males to these ranks.

Sponsors of the event, which was held at Il Monastero on the St. Louis University campus, included Ameren Missouri, Enterprise Holdings Inc., Fox2Now,  KSDK News, Saint Louis University, the St. Louis AmericanSt. Louis Community College, the St. Louis Press Club and Wells Fargo Advisors. Chapter Vice President Reggie Riddle-Young chaired the planning committee. 

For images from the event, check out our Facebook page. Many thanks to Rosalind Guy and Bradley J. Rayford for contributing their photography skills to the event. For Art’s remarks and other coverage of the event, go to: https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/art-holliday-wiley-price-honored-as-living-legends-in-st-louis/ar-BBPk4Fp.

If you had a good time at the Living Legends event, join GSLABJ to see what next and find where you fit in. If you missed the Living Legends event, come anyway. We still need you!

 Art Holliday.

Art Holliday.

 Wiley Price.

Wiley Price.

GSLABJ holds 2018 Student Journalism Workshop

The GSLABJ’s 2018 Student Journalism Workshop featured presentations to students by Belleville News Democrat reporter Cara Anthony and KMOV reporter/anchor Eric Cox.

 Cara Anthony at 2018 GSLABJ Student Journalism Workshop.

Cara Anthony at 2018 GSLABJ Student Journalism Workshop.

 KMOV Reporter/Anchor Eric Cox speaks to students at GSLABJ's 2018 Student Journalism Workshop.

KMOV Reporter/Anchor Eric Cox speaks to students at GSLABJ's 2018 Student Journalism Workshop.


Joshua Johnson and 1A crew pay a visit to StL

GSLABJ President Carol Daniel and members recently gave a hearty welcome to Joshua Johnson when he brought his 1A talk show (https://the1a.org/about) to St. Louis on May 3 and 4.

On behalf of the chapter, Carol presented Joshua with a copy of My Times in Black and White by our founding president, the late Gerald Boyd.

1A is produced by WAMU-FM in Washington, DC, and distributed nationally by NPR. The show airs from 10-11 a.m. Eastern time.

 GSLABJ president Carol Daniel gives Joshua Johnson a "welcome to St. Louis" gift.

GSLABJ president Carol Daniel gives Joshua Johnson a "welcome to St. Louis" gift.

 GSLABJ members welcome Joshua Johnson to St. Louis.

GSLABJ members welcome Joshua Johnson to St. Louis.