Western Pennsylvania Museum Celebrates Native American Art and Culture

The Westmoreland Museum of American Art debuts a spring photography exhibit and series of events that look at the effects of colonialism while highlighting Native American art and culture. GREENSBURG, Penn. – This spring, visitors to The Westmoreland Museum of American Art will experience visual art as well as performances, discussions, and culinary adventures, that explore … More Western Pennsylvania Museum Celebrates Native American Art and Culture

PEN America releases Truth on the Ballot report

Warning about the risk of fraudulent news and online disinformation becoming a normalized part of U.S. political discourse, PEN America recently released Truth on the Ballot: Fraudulent News, the Midterm Elections, and Prospects for 2020. The report provides a robust analysis of efforts to counter fraudulent news in the 2018 midterm election cycle, and stresses the … More PEN America releases Truth on the Ballot report

NoVo Foundation Announces $10 Million Funding Opportunity to Close On-ramps to Sexual Exploitation

NEW YORK – The NoVo Foundation recently announced The Life Story Grants, a $10 million, 3-year commitment for programs in the U.S that open exit ramps and close on-ramps to commercial sexual exploitation. NoVo is now inviting Letters of Inquiry for grants across six system-focused “moments”: Housing, Medical Needs, Law Enforcement, Trauma and Mental Health, … More NoVo Foundation Announces $10 Million Funding Opportunity to Close On-ramps to Sexual Exploitation

NAJA calls for 2019 National Native Media Award entries

The Native American Journalists Association will award members for journalistic excellence during the 2019 National Native Media Conference NORMAN, Okla. — The Native American Journalists Association will recognize outstanding coverage of Indian Country during the 2019 NAJA National Native Media Awards. The annual competition recognizes excellence in reporting by Indigenous and non-Indigenous journalists across the … More NAJA calls for 2019 National Native Media Award entries

Lipman Center opens application for civil rights fellowship

The Columbia Journalism School’s Lipman Center for Journalism and Civil and Human Rights will award a senior and junior fellowship in 2018. The senior fellowship is designated for applicants with ten or more years of journalism experience. The junior fellowship is designated for applicants who are new to the field of journalism or have fewer … More Lipman Center opens application for civil rights fellowship

Transatlantic Media Fellowship application now open

Each year, the Heinrich Böll Foundation sponsors a select number of journalists from the US and Europe for an independent, transatlantic trip to research stories relevant to the foundation’s work on climate and energy policy, democracy and social policy, foreign and security policy, or technology and digital policy. Fellowships are selected annually and are open to … More Transatlantic Media Fellowship application now open