Video by Jarrette Werk & Benjamin C Yazza The Native American Journalists Association (NAJA) is committed to increasing the representation of Indigenous journalists in mainstream media. One of the ways NAJA supports and empowers members is through the annual Native American Journalism Fellowship (NAJF), which is open to current American Indian, Alaskan Native, Native Hawaiian … More 2019 NAJF student newsroom
By Jarrette Werk Photos by Makayla Sloan & Taylor Notah Minneapolis – Once a street scattered with bars and crime, Franklin Avenue is now a cultural corridor rich with Indigenous art. The American Indian Movement was born here, and helped to revitalize it within the last few decades. One can find art everywhere you look … More Franklin Avenue street art provides a sense of pride for local Indigenous community
By Jarrette Werk Read some of Hunter’s reporting from the 2018 National Native Media Conference. And learn more about how this newspaper delivery man became a student newspaper editor and later a Haskell Indian Nations University graduate 2018 NAJA Fellow and recent graduate of Haskell Indian Nations University, Hunter Hotulke, reflects on his experience … More NAJA Fellow, Hunter Hotulke Reflects on Conference
By Jarrette Werk
CBS News’ Carina Dominguez discusses the opportunity she had to express her concerns about Washington’s team name to NFL President Mary Ann Turcke.
NAJF toured the NFL Networks facilities in Culver City, California on Thursday, Sept. 7.