NAJA members receive 50 percent discount on Poynter workshop

Poynter and CNN are offering NAJA members 50 percent tuition scholarships for Poynter’s Producer Project. That’s $250 off the price of this practical online and in-person seminar that has launched many careers in TV journalism. Participants will learn new writing, storytelling, coaching and ethical decision-making skills from Poynter’s Al Tompkins, CNN’s Ramon Escobar and other broadcast … More NAJA members receive 50 percent discount on Poynter workshop

Wyoming Arts Council accepting applications for 2019 creative writing and journalism fellowship

The Wyoming Arts Council, with generous funding from The Pattie and Earle Layser Memorial Fund announces the Greater Yellowstone Creative Writing and Journalism Fellowship. This new fellowship is a national call open to writers and journalists and seeks to intersect science, education, current events, and conservation to effectively communicate the Greater Yellowstone’s natural history and singular importance to society … More Wyoming Arts Council accepting applications for 2019 creative writing and journalism fellowship

Sámi University of Applied Sciences opens applications for master’s in Indigenous journalism

Are you already a journalist working within indigenous media? Or are you interested in working with indigenous issues? Then the Indigenous journalism master’s program might be a for You! The Master’s Degree Program in Sámi Journalism with an Indigenous Perspective is a unique program bringing together students from all over the world to the world … More Sámi University of Applied Sciences opens applications for master’s in Indigenous journalism

NAJA launches Indigenous Investigative Collective

The Native American Journalists Association will provide resources to support transparency and responsibility through the IIC Norman, Okla. – In a historic step to support investigative journalism in Indigenous communities, the Native American Journalists Association (NAJA) launched the Indigenous Investigative Collective (IIC). Aimed at providing training, resources, and networked support to Indigenous reporters covering the … More NAJA launches Indigenous Investigative Collective

NAJA agrees with NPR ombudsman assessment of flawed ICWA story

The Native American Journalists Association supports the assessment of National Public Radio’s Ombudsman Elizabeth Jensen regarding the story “Native American Adoption Law Challenged As Racially Biased.” In December, NAJA released a statement challenging the network’s unchecked use of racial language and lack of context in reporting, stating in part: “NPR violated its ethics policy by … More NAJA agrees with NPR ombudsman assessment of flawed ICWA story