UNITY is set to dissolve officially this week, leaving the future of media diversity collectives in doubt.

Here’s an opinion piece on what went wrong from NYT columnist and UNITY founding member Paul Delaney.

Some tough news for journalists of color everywhere: UNITY, Journalists for Diversity has elected to dissolve by March 30.

UNITY was established as a collective between several journalist organizations of color with the goal of increasing diversity in newsrooms across the country and providing resources for journalists of color.

UNITY has struggled financially since the departures of NABJ in 2011 and NAHJ in 2013.

The vote to dissolve UNITY was unanimous.

Read the official press release from AAJA here and visit UNITY’s site here.

CNBC is seeking fellows for their postgraduate Newsroom Fellowship Program. Fellows will work on the Closing Bell desk as well as with CNBC’s digital outlets.

The program will run from June to December 2018 and is located in CNBC’s New York offices.

For more information and to apply, click here.

Deadline to apply is TOMORROW, March 30.

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