17 posts tagged with "naja"
The Native American Journalists Association will recognize more than 200 members with awards for excellence in covering Indian Country during EIJ16 in New Orleans
Native American Journalists Association extends deadline for annual media awards competition; Members and non-members can submit work through June 27
The Native American Journalists Association is calling for entries to the annual media awards contest through June 10
The Society of Professional Journalists and the Native American Journalism Association are seeking 14 interns for EIJ News. Deadline to apply is May 20.
The Native American Journalists Association addresses deficient coverage of the child-welfare case involving Choctaw family; Will create a guide for reporters covering the Indian Child Welfare Act
SPJ, RTDNA and NAJA call for proposals for Excellence in Journalism 2016 conference in New Orleans Sept. 18-20
Radio Television Digital News Association, Native American Journalists Association and Society of Professional Journalists now accepting program proposals for Excellence in Journalism 2016 through Jan. 27, 2016
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.
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
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
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 headline, "Did Native students stand for National Anthem?" which ran with the top story in print editions Saturday fell short of responsible journalism.
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
ASU hosts NAJA Native Voices college student projects July 14-20 in Phoenix, Ariz.