NAJA reschedules 2020 National Native Media Conference

Native American Journalists Association reschedules annual conference for 2021, extending all program deadlines due to COVID-19 OKLAHOMA CITY — In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Native American Journalists Association has postponed the 2020 National Native Media Conference until 2021. The decision to reschedule the annual conference was based on guidelines from the WHO, the … More NAJA reschedules 2020 National Native Media Conference

NAJA joins NABJ, NAHJ & AAJA in condemning the arrest of journalists covering Minneapolis protests

NAJA joins the National Association of Black Journalists, National Association of Hispanic Journalists and the Asian American Journalists Association in condemning the arrests of CNN reporter Omar Jimenez and his camera crew on May 29. The crew was detained by the Minnesota State Patrol while covering protests against the killing of George Floyd by local … More NAJA joins NABJ, NAHJ & AAJA in condemning the arrest of journalists covering Minneapolis protests

National Press Foundation to host training on tracking anti-vaccination movement information May 28

The National Press Foundation is hosting a 30-minute online training Thursday, May 28 titled Flash Briefing: Tracking the Anti-Vaccination Movement. Joe Smyser, CEO of The Public Good Projects, will teach journalists how to use the Project VCTR tool to identify the top influencers in the anti-vaccine movement; track how disinformation messages are spreading; learn how to … More National Press Foundation to host training on tracking anti-vaccination movement information May 28

Election SOS offers free election training for journalists

If you’re a working journalist right now, chances are some of these questions are crossing your mind: How can I reach new audiences in the midst of a pandemic? What do people need to know this election season, and how can we best position our coverage to serve them? How can I produce stories that … More Election SOS offers free election training for journalists

NAJA extends annual memberships through 2021

Native American Journalists Association extends renewals through next year to support members during pandemic OKLAHOMA CITY — In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Native American Journalists Association has waived annual dues for all members, including those recently expired and approaching expiration.  Annual memberships previously renewed in 2020 will be extended to the next applicable … More NAJA extends annual memberships through 2021