The Bay State Banner is New England’s longest-running black-owned newspaper. Founded in 1965 to serve the city’s African-American population, the Banner has provided in-depth coverage of the social movements, political developments, events and ideas in the Greater Boston area’s African-American, Latino and Asian communities. Our newspaper focuses on areas including criminal justice policy, education, politics, real estate development and the arts through the lens of communities of color.
Bay State Banner
Location: * Northeast, Massachusetts
Beat: How state legislative and city hall actions affect Boston's African-American communities
Position: This reporter covers the Massachusetts legislature, Boston City Hall and, as needed, municipal affairs in cities and towns with significant populations of people of color, with a focus on how public policy affects the state’s minority populations.
Skills: WritingApply →