Three Native American journalism students receive $1,000 scholarships
Begay announced as president; Pollard as vice president
NAJA issues statement on court’s decision to uphold cancellation of Washington NFL trademark registration
Blackhorse to deliver keynote address at NAJA’s National Native Media Conference in Crystal City July 11
A candidate forum is set for Friday, July 10at the Hyatt Regency Crystal City.
We express our condolences to the family, friends and colleagues of the Fort Peck Journal editor.
Charlie LeDuff joins 2015 National Native Media Conference lineup, delivering featured remarks on opening evening
NAJA will feature Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Charlie LeDuff and Presidential Medal of Freedom recipient Suzan Shown Harjo as opening evening speakers during 2015 National Native Media Conference
Native American Journalists Association will recognize The Washington Post editor for his contribution to Native journalism at the 2015 National Native Media Conference July 11 in Washington, D.C.
Amanda Blackhorse to give keynote address during 2015 National Native Media Conference in Washington, D.C.
Native American Journalists Association and Native Public Media will co-host the 31st annual conference in Washington, D.C., July 9-12
American Horse School students and NAJA members gather at Pine Ridge for storytelling workshops
The Native American Journalists Association urges the Oglala Lakota Nation to lift the ban on Rapid City Journal sales on the Pine Ridge Reservation.
NAJA members to fill two vacancies for 3-year terms.
NAJA membership renewal system now online
Native media community mourns the loss of John Shurr, a longtime NAJA member
Journalism community loses longtime diversity champion to lung cancer
NAJA is asking members in the region who are able, to consider volunteering during an upcoming community cleanup day to assist the newspaper staff in restoring their newsroom after Tuesday 's fire.
The Rapid City Journal has released a statement addressing a troubling headline that ran at the top of its front page on Saturday as the paper pushed forward with coverage over how a group of Native students were the targetof insults and other deplorable actions at a hockey game in the community.
The headline, "Did Native students stand for National Anthem?" which ran with the top story in print editions Saturday fell short of responsible journalism.
Alliance creates greater visibility for Native American journalists
The Native American Journalists Association recognizes Native American Heritage Month and encourages both mainstream and tribal media to attain the highest standards of professionalism, ethics and responsibility.