Guild News

A Color Of Change union will help make our vision for racial justice real

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Today, a majority of Color Of Change staff are proud to announce we have won voluntary recognition from our management as Color Of Change Union, represented by the Washington-Baltimore News Guild. Color Of Change recently celebrated our 15 year anniversary. In those 15 years, almost every email that we’ve sent out to our members has […]

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2020 Front Page Awards Winners

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The Washington-Baltimore News Guild Local 32035 is pleased to announce the winners of the 2020 Front Page Awards. These awards recognize outstanding contributions in the fields of journalism, photography, artwork, design and data published or accomplished in 2019. This year’s contest saw a historic number of entries as well as record participation in units from across the […]

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International Union of Police Associations vote

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WASHINGTON (Sept. 18, 2020) — The Washington-Baltimore News Guild (WBNG), a unit of the News Guild and the Communications Workers of America- AFL-CIO, has passed a resolution calling on the AFL-CIO to end its affiliation with the International Union of Police Associations (IUPA). The resolution, which was passed on September 3 in a special member […]

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Capital Gazette staff rally on Labor Day to save local news

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Friends and colleagues, The Chesapeake News Guild, representing the unionized staff of the Capital Gazette, invites you to join us and say goodbye to our newsroom, to be closed this year by corporate owner Tribune Publishing. The Capital newspaper has had a presence in Annapolis since the 1800s. But Tribune, a publicly-traded company, which as […]

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Roanoke Times criticized for coverage of sexual harassment suit

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ROANOKE, Va. — Journalists of The Roanoke Times and Laker Weekly are united in denouncing The Roanoke Times’ recent news coverage of a wrongful termination suit brought against the newspaper by a former human resources worker who alleged a current newsroom manager sexually harassed her and others. The Roanoke Times coverage of the lawsuit, which […]

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