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.
NAJA joins SPJ, the Student Press Law Center and others in renouncing Neshaminy School Board actions
Letter urges school associations to renounce actions of Neshaminy School District; suggests meeting with journalism organizations to create standards for educationally responsible governance of journalism education
Genocide is real and should never be compared or rated with other crimes against humanity. It should never be used to stir attention or generate social-media shares.
Christina Good Voice, Jolene Schonchin and Tristan Ahtone elected to serve three-year terms on the NAJA board of directors.
NAJA urges the media industry to realize the harmful nature of this racial slur and adopt policies that encourage reporters and staff to refrain from using it in print and on air
NAJA urges the administration to allow Native journalists access to the president at the Standing Rock Sioux Indian Reservation June 13.
Deadline is June 30
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Member Moves: NAJA President Mary Hudetz joins Native Peoples
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.
Native American Journalists Association to partner with Native Public Media to host 30th annual conference in Santa Clara, Calif., July 10-13
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/