Member Moves: NAJA President Mary Hudetz joins Native Peoples
NAJA has a few reminders for holiday coverage.
Reilly inaccurately stated the Washington NFL team name doesn't offend Native Americans and reportedly misquoted his father-in-law as saying he doesn't think the name should change.
NPHIC recognizes Native Health Alliance with 2013 Excellence in Public Health Communications Award
Native American Journalists Association to partner with Native Public Media to host 30th annual conference in Santa Clara, Calif., July 10-13
Participants will be entered to win one of two free 2014 conference registrations
NAJA seeks freelance news reporters and graphic artists to produce health news content for Native Health News Alliance website
Board of Directors names new president
NHNA aims to provide improved health coverage in Indian Country through partnership with national cooperative for Native media
NAJA members gain access to free legal information and possible advice regarding media issues in Indian Country
Students showcase their work during 2013 NAJA Project Phoenix and Native Voices at http://www.nativevoice.naja.com/
ASU to host 10 Native American high school students during NAJA Project Phoenix July 14-20 in Phoenix, Ariz.
Volunteers needed for 2013 NAJA NPM National Native Media conference in Tempe, Ariz., July 18-21
NAJA NPM Media Awards Banquet July 20 in Tempe, Ariz.
ASU hosts NAJA Native Voices college student projects July 14-20 in Phoenix, Ariz.
NAJA supports inclusion of diverse media in coverage of “The Lone Ranger”
NAJA responds to request for closed policy meeting with Attorney General Eric Holder
National headquarters will be closed on Memorial Day
Norman-based NAJA offices remain intact
NAJA supports removal of “illegal” from immigration coverage by national media organizations