Native American Journalists Association extends invitation to Frates to attend EIJ17 for ethics and diversity training in Anaheim Sept. 7-9
The National Association of Broadcasters will host the Awareness in Reporting (AIR) program Tuesday, March 14 at the Newseum in Washington, D.C.
Diversity journalism students encouraged to apply for summer fellowship opportunity covering four conferences in 2017: NLGJA, AAJA, NABJ and EIJ17 with NAHJ, SPJ, RTDNA and NAJA
Native American Journalists Association releases guide for reporters covering hazardous situations
Indian Country Media Network Denounces Arrest of ICMN Journalist Jenni Monet; Demands Her Immediate Release
Independent member of the press on assignment for Indian Country Media Network swept up in police raid by Morton County Sheriff’s Department
Native American Journalists Association condemns the use of excessive force by North Dakota authorities on reporters covering DAPL
The Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde to create independent editorial board and adopt press protections
The Native American Journalists Association is accepting program proposals for the conference in Anaheim, California, Sept. 7-9, 2017. The deadline for submissions is Jan. 20, 2017.
NBCUniversal will offer four students the opportunity to become NBC Fellows and join one of the following NBC programs or platforms for summer 2017.
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In order to aid journalists and editors covering Dakota Access Pipeline actions on the front lines or from afar, the Native American Journalists Association has created two guides that offer practical reporting advice as well as ethics guidelines.
Board elects Bryan Pollard as president; Tristan Ahtone as vice president
NAJA members will elect board members through a balloted vote, in conjunction with EIJ16 in New Orleans Tuesday, Sept. 20, from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
The Native American Journalists Association will recognize more than 200 members with awards for excellence in covering Indian Country during EIJ16 in New Orleans
The Native American Journalist Association is now accepting candidate nominations and declarations for four seats on the NAJA Board of Directors.
In an effort to improve coverage of child welfare in Indian Country, the Native American Journalists Association creates guide to ethical reporting on Indian Child Welfare Act