News Articles About Naimah Latif

Journalist Robin Robinson Urges Support For Family of Slain Teen Derrion Albert

Outstanding Women In Media Honored at Woman 2 Woman First Annual Awards Ceremony

Outstanding women in the media business were honored at the First Annual Woman 2 Woman Media Awards Ceremony.  Wanda Carter, Executive Producer of The Woman 2 Woman television show, along with her colleagues, selected women who have been pioneers in making the media industry accessible to the community. Pictured, left to right is Jean Moore, playwright and television producer; Naimah Latif, author and television producer; LaDonna Tittle, long time radio talk show host and television producer; Wanda Carter, newspaper publisher and television producer, along with her daughter Rochelle; and Robbie Smith, radio producer and television producer.  

Residents Enjoy Peaceful Outdoor Stylistics Concert

Naimah Latif joins Chicago's Fifth Ward Alderman Leslie Hairston (center) and award winning jazz singer Maggie Brown (far right) during a concert in the park by the legendary R & B group The Stylistics. This free concert was a special treat for south side residents. The crowd was comprised of both the young and the old, and they all enjoyed dancing and singing along with their favorite tunes. Organizers noted that everybody was friendly and there were no incidences of violence whatsoever. The "old school" music just has that kind of effect, some people said.

The Media Connection Captures PUSH Excel HBCU Tour

Naimah Latif and John Alexander, the video and photography crew for the PUSH Excel HBCU Tour, prepare to interview the high school students attending the annual tour of historically black colleges and universities.

Students from throughout the Chicagoland area and from states as far away as California enjoy a life changing experience during Spring Break when they travel across the south to visit Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Known as the annual HBCU Tour, this trip, sponsored by The Rainbow PUSH Coalition's educational division, PUSH Excel, exposes students to higher education by bringing them to the college campuses. They tour the schools, interact with college students, and if they are high school juniors or seniors, may even submit applications and get accepted on the spot. Some have received full scholarships to college during this tour, which is captured every year by The Media Connection video crew as a momento for students who attended and a source of inspiration to others who later view it on The Media Connection weekly television show.