The Photojournalism education program at Minority Photo Journalism Institute (MPJI) and Mpjinewsimages is providing mentorship for aspiring photojournalists. The mentorship is for young men and women who attend historically black colleges and universities (HBCU’s) in their journalism programs, especially photojournalism. This mentorship also includes hands-on and in-person training with history-making photojournalist Haywood Galbreath. And opportunities to go out and cover news, sports, and entertainment events.
Photojournalists Haywood Galbreath
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HBCU schools in programs
Alabama State University
Minority Photo/Journalism Institute (MPJI) and Mpjinewsimages needs your support so that we can continue to mentor and train future photojournalists at Historically Black colleges And Universities (HBCUs) As well as create photography programs at high school and grade school level. We are a (501 C3) nonprofit organization and all your donations of cash and equipment are tax deductible. You will receive a form showing the donation that you made for your tax records. You can make donations in the amount of $20, $50, $100, $500, $1,000 as well as equipment. Any amount would be greatly appreciated. Haywood Galbreath. CEO / Minority Photo/Journalism Institute and Mpjinewsimages Donations can be made through PayPal https://mpji.org/?page_id=7390, Equipment once we decide the type of equipment. Can be shipped to the nonprofit address, which will be given to you once you make the donation of equipment.