A well-known photojournalist will not be teaching this fall at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln after a Title IX harassment complaint was filed against him and the university issued a finding that the conduct complained of had occurred.
With the threat to visual journalists never greater than it is today, our ability to advocate on your behalf has never been more important. But ensuring the stability and continued work of the NPPA comes with increasing costs.
National Press Photographers Association (NPPA) and other organizations are expressing their strong objections to the alleged actions of U.S. Capitol Police officers who were reported to have interfered with and threatened journalists reporting on matters of public concern at the Capitol on July 25, 2017.
The National Press Photographers Association added an anti-harassment standard to its Code of Ethics during its summer board meeting held Saturday, July 22, 2017. The board also voted to have elected board members balanced between video/broadcast representatives and still/print representatives.