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/
ASU to host 10 Native American high school students during NAJA Project Phoenix July 14-20 in Phoenix, Ariz.
Volunteers needed for 2013 NAJA NPM National Native Media conference in Tempe, Ariz., July 18-21
NAJA NPM Media Awards Banquet July 20 in Tempe, Ariz.
ASU hosts NAJA Native Voices college student projects July 14-20 in Phoenix, Ariz.
NAJA on NAC: 2014 Native news in review
NAJA President Mary Hudetz and Vice President Tristan Ahtone joined Native American Calling host Tara Gatewood to review the top Native news stories of 2014 on Dec. 5, 2014. Did you miss the live show? Check out the Storify here!
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RT @CATribalTribune: Despite a destructive fire to our office, the news must go out! http://t.co/4iD68muZS9
RT @Tahtone: Native American free press advocate John Shurr dies at 67 via @najournalists http://t.co/kweoxhmNIo #NativeJournalism
.@clahchischiligi: Covering high school basketball on the #Rez: http://t.co/K1m0HQAf8v via @UNITY_JFD
RT @WiteSpider: "Sometimes ya just gotta fight with tribal councils to keep em from making a mess of things," John Shurr, @najournalists & …