African American Online Writers Guild
Over 300 members strong, the African American Online Writers Guild is the preeminent national online organization for African American writers.
Black Writers Alliance
A literary arts organization formed to utilize the power of the online medium to educate, inform, support and empower aspiring and published Black writers.
Detroit Writer's Guild, The
The Detroit Black Writers Guild, founded in 1983 by Peggy A. Moore, is one of the oldest organizations of its type in the United States. The organization helps nurture the creative drive of African-Americans and other ethnic groups in the cultural arts.
National Association of Black Journalists
The National Association of Black Journalists, 3000 members strong with 74 affiliated professional chapters and 51 student chapters, is the largest media organization for people of color in the world.
Organization of Black Screenwriters, The
The OBS began in 1988 to address the lack of black writers represented within the entertainment industry. Our primary function is to assist screenwriters in the creation of works for film and television and to help them present their work.
The National Black Media Coalition (NBMC)
The National Black Media Coalition (NBMC) works full time and exclusively in the communications industry to effect changes beneficial to African Americans.