NOMMO Newsmagazine is designed to appeal to those who have an interest in all aspects of community organizing affecting change in education, arts, and social issues that positively or negatively affect members of the Afrikan descent community.
Through news, opinions, investigative pieces, and compelling interviews NOMMO will narrate the many issues that Afrikan people experience daily. NOMMO seeks to empower the reader by highlighting connections and bridging gaps between the diverse Afrikan community. While also encouraging active participation in the quest to better understand how we as a community fit overall in the scheme of social justice and equality.
Nommo’s history is strong and conveys a message of community empowerment and enlightenment through its publication. This year, Nommo’s editor is asking the support of the UCLA and Los Angeles community in order to create a publication that not only lives up to its historical legacy, but also speaks for the successful future of the magazine as well. Please remember that these are leadership positions and any applicants must demonstrate strong leadership qualities and or the desire to possess strong leadership skills.
Nommo Newsmagazine seeks students who are enthusiastic, organized, progressive individuals who are interested in the forward movement of the Afrikan/Black community. These individuals do not need any formal training although previous experience with journalistic work will be appreciated.
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