Sounds of Sovereignty: The Past and Future of Indigenous Audio Media set April 14-15

Designed in partnership with Haskell Indian Nations University, the Hall Center for the Humanities, and the University of Kansas’s departments of Indigenous Studies, History, and Journalism, this conference will focus on how audio media, from radio to online audio clips to podcasts, have historically been and continue to be a tool for political activists, journalists, … More Sounds of Sovereignty: The Past and Future of Indigenous Audio Media set April 14-15

NAJA, RCFP to host The Local Legal Initiative: Legal support for Indigenous journalists roundtable April 16

This episode of the NAJA Roundtable series will feature attorneys from the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press who will discuss legal support of press and information rights for Indigenous journalists. The Native American Journalists Association recognizes that media professionals are confronted with unique challenges when covering issues affecting Indigenous people and communities. The … More NAJA, RCFP to host The Local Legal Initiative: Legal support for Indigenous journalists roundtable April 16

NBCU Academy offers ‘Graduation: What now?’ & financial success student workshops in April

NBCU Academy has set two student workshops for April. See more information below. Graduation: What now?Thursday, April 8th from 1pm-2pm ET Every Summer a new class of graduates is thrust into the world – having to make the nerve-wracking transition from academic life to professional life. The global pandemic has added a new wrinkle to … More NBCU Academy offers ‘Graduation: What now?’ & financial success student workshops in April

NAJA stands in solidarity with AAJA and condemns anti-Asian racism

NORMAN, Oklahoma — The Native American Journalists Association (NAJA) stands in solidarity with the Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) and condemns anti-Asian racism and the shootings in Atlanta.  NAJA urges all journalists and media outlets to follow the reporting guidelines set forth by AAJA on covering Asian American and Pacific Islander communities at http://www.aaja.org. Media … More NAJA stands in solidarity with AAJA and condemns anti-Asian racism

NLGJA partners with CDC, NAJA to start conversations, spotlight work being done to reduce HIV in Indigenous communities for HIV/AIDS Awareness day March 20

National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NNHAAD) is observed annually on March 20. NNHAAD increases awareness, starts conversations and spotlights the work being done to reduce HIV in Indigenous communities and shows support for people with HIV in these communities.  NLGJA: The Association of LGBTQ Journalists is proud to partner with the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) … More NLGJA partners with CDC, NAJA to start conversations, spotlight work being done to reduce HIV in Indigenous communities for HIV/AIDS Awareness day March 20

NAJA Member Q&A set for March 18

The Native American Journalists Association Board of Directors will address survey and name change considerations with membership NORMAN, Oklahoma  — The Native American Journalists Association (NAJA) Board of Directors invite membership to discuss the recently released NAJA Member Survey. The virtual Q&A is scheduled for March 18 from 7:30-8:30 p.m. CST via Zoom. Current members … More NAJA Member Q&A set for March 18