The New York Association of Black Journalists is awarding Beyonce Knowles a journalism award.
The singer is going to be presented the award at the group’s annual banquet this month, they announced on Wednesday, and outrage began to swell.
Could the NYABJ not find a better journalist than Beyonce – a woman who is not a journalist and never even graduated with a high school diploma?
If they wanted someone famous, there are a number of well-known black reporters on TV news and online news, and they would not have to stoop to awarding a second-rate singer who is known for stealing other people’s songs and not crediting them.
Beyonce’s win is for her cover story in Essence magazine about taking nine months off from her career to spend time with her husband Jay-Z and give birth to her baby daughter Blue Ivy Carter.
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Critics of the decision have been asserting that honoring a non-journalist with a journalism award undercuts the value of the honor.
However, Michael Feeney, president of the New York chapter of the National Association of Black Journalists, said Beyonce had “won fair and square.”
He said her article – “Eat, Play, Love” – was submitted by Essence magazine last year and a jury from the Dallas chapter judged it to be the best submission in the arts and entertainment category.
“I believe it was selected on content and the writing and not on her celebrity,” Feeney said to New York Times.
Feeney said that more than 40 journalists are being honored at the group’s annual scholarship and awards banquet.
The 2012 Lifetime Achievement Award will be given to Robert Naylor, who spent three decades as a reporter and editor at newspapers, television stations and The Associated Press, for his efforts to help minorities break into the news industry.
“This is just one award,” Feeney said. “I know a lot of people are upset but we are honoring a lot of outstanding journalists on that night.
“Beyonce is a role model. I hope this honor will inspire other girls to pursue a career in journalism.”
He seems to forget that a role model usually is not a person who reportedly is an Illuminati New World Order Satanist, uses drugs, such as cigars and cigarettes, steals other people’s music and takes production and publishing credits when she ethically should not, gets plastic surgery and wears so little clothing that on many occasions she resembles a street walker.
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Cori Murray, Essence magazine’s entertainment director, told The Daily News that Beyonce was “a real writer.”
“We had to edit her, but everyone gets edited except Toni Morrison,” he said.
Numerous people question whether Beyonce even wrote the article herself.
Mused online magazine writer Amber Rose pointed out how Beyonce does not measure up to the other award winners.
“These types of awards overlook the real journalists who write about insightful and sometimes dangerous topics,” Rose wrote. “Beyonce is getting an award along with Robert Naylor, a thirty-year reporter who chaired the Associated Press Diversity Council and founding member of the LGBT [lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender] Task Force and the late Gil Noble, who hosted “Like It Is” since 1967 and interviewed Adam Clayton Powell, Muhammad Ali, Bill Cosby and Dr. Martin Luther King. Beyonce wrote an article about a 9-month vacation.”
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