Native American Journalists Association

The Native American Journalists Association serves and empowers Native journalists through programs and actions designed to enrich journalism and promote Native cultures.

For more than 30 years, NAJA has remained committed to increasing the representation of Native journalists working in media, while encouraging both mainstream and tribal media to attain the highest standards of professionalism, ethics and responsibility. Read more ...

NAJA News, Events and Activities 

Join NAJA | 2018-2020 NAJA Strategic PlanNAJA selects Mary Annette Pember as 2018 NAJA-Medill Milestone Achievement Award recipientNAJA selects Mark Trahant as 2018 NAJA Richard LaCourse Award recipient | NAJA announces 2018 National Native Media Awards winners | NAJA RED Press Initiative aims to measure health of free press in Indian Country | NAJA Board unanimously elects Tristan Ahtone president

NAJA News

  • RT @FranklyPhoto: "From holding the powerful accountable to disseminating stories of cultural significance, a free and independent Indigeno…
  • RT @spj_tweets: @najournalists condemns the Muscogee (Creek) Nation’s repeal of the free press law and asks Muscogee (Creek) citizens to su…
  • RT @EricBaileyTW: “... elected officials cited a desire to see “more positive stories” in the newspaper. NAJA has also learned that Mvskoke…
  • RT @polndnjunkie: So many thoughts here. Govt overreach and intrusion on free press. We had one entity (MM) that was free from govt interfe…
  • RT @rebeccanagle: A free press is important for tribes too. Citizens need to be informed about what their government is doing, good or bad.…
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