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11 posts tagged with "native-journalism"

NAJA announces 2017 National Native Media Award winners

NAJA announces 2017 National Native Media Award winners
The Native American Journalists Association will recognize members with awards for excellence in covering Indian Country during EIJ17 in Anaheim

NAJA responds to tweets sent by Katie Frates, reporter for the Daily Caller

NAJA responds to tweets sent by Katie Frates, reporter for the Daily Caller
Native American Journalists Association extends invitation to Frates to attend EIJ17 for ethics and diversity training in Anaheim Sept. 7-9

NAJA calls for 2017 conference proposals

NAJA calls for 2017 conference proposals
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.

NAJA elects new board officers, members at 2016 Excellence In Journalism conference

NAJA elects new board officers, members at 2016 Excellence In Journalism conference
Board elects Bryan Pollard as president; Tristan Ahtone as vice president

NAJA extends deadline for National Native Media Awards through June 27

NAJA extends deadline for National Native Media Awards through June 27
Native American Journalists Association extends deadline for annual media awards competition; Members and non-members can submit work through June 27

2016 NAJA National Native Media Awards call for entries open through June 10

2016 NAJA National Native Media Awards call for entries open through June 10
The Native American Journalists Association is calling for entries to the annual media awards contest through June 10

NAJA elects three new board members during 2015 National Native Media Conference

NAJA elects three new board members during 2015 National Native Media Conference
Begay announced as president; Pollard as vice president

Amanda Blackhorse to give keynote address during 2015 National Native Media Conference 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

NAJA Board of Directors candidacy declarations due May 28

NAJA members to fill two vacancies for 3-year terms.

Native American free press advocate John Shurr dies at 67

Native American free press advocate John Shurr dies at 67
Native media community mourns the loss of John Shurr, a longtime NAJA member

Rapid City Journal responds to NAJA concerns over irresponsible headline

Rapid City Journal responds to NAJA concerns over irresponsible headline
The headline, "Did Native students stand for National Anthem?" which ran with the top story in print editions Saturday fell short of responsible journalism.