Written by The Skanner News -Posted on March 31, 2014
The nation’s 250 Black publishers will head to Portland this summer for the National Newspaper Publishers Association 2014 convention.
In past years the convention has visited Atlanta, Ga., New York, Nashville, Tenn., Chicago and Seattle. This year for the first time the convention will be hosted in Oregon.
“The Portland Observer and I are very fortunate to host this distinguished group,” said Bernie Foster, The Skanner News’ publisher and former vice chair of the NNPA Foundation’s board. “We have members coming from all over the United States and even from Toronto, Canada and the Caribbean.” Click here for more info.
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