NAJA releases Inuktitut translated Inuit Media Guide to celebrate UN Decade of Indigenous Languages

NAJA honours Indigenous languages with first Inuktitut guide for reporting on Inuit communities The Native American Journalists Association is proud to release our Inuktitut translated Inuit Media Guide for the launch of the UN Decade of Indigenous Languages. “We believe that journalism and Indigenous storytelling contributes to the reclamation of our languages. Which is why … More NAJA releases Inuktitut translated Inuit Media Guide to celebrate UN Decade of Indigenous Languages

NAJA announces new Pacific Islander journalism scholarship with AAJA

Applications due May 31 The Native American Journalists Association and the Asian American Journalists Association are excited to announce a new scholarship fund to support Pacific Islander students and journalists in their careers. The funding is intended to help Indigenous peoples of the Pacific, including Polynesians, Micronesians and Melanesians, pursue careers in journalism, especially in … More NAJA announces new Pacific Islander journalism scholarship with AAJA

AHCJ and NAJA co-host “Health equity: Medical studies, trials and sourcing” webinar April 14

Organizations collaborate for second event on health care reporting The Native American Journalists Association and the Association of Health Care Journalists are hosting a webinar to help journalists learn how (and when) to report on medical studies, find sources and do good, evidence-based reporting on deadline.  AHCJ medical studies core topic leader Tara Haelle and … More AHCJ and NAJA co-host “Health equity: Medical studies, trials and sourcing” webinar April 14

Cohort for 2022 NAJA-NPR NextGenRadio: Indigenous project at Syracuse Newhouse School announced

NPR’s Next Generation Radio Project partners with NAJA and The Syracuse University Newhouse School of Public Communication to host third digital workshop The Next Generation Radio Project, in partnership with the Native American Journalists Association and The Syracuse University Newhouse School of Public Communication announced the cohort for the third NAJA-NPR NextGenRadio: Indigenous.  This five-day, … More Cohort for 2022 NAJA-NPR NextGenRadio: Indigenous project at Syracuse Newhouse School announced

ASU Cronkite, Indian Country Today and NAJA partner to offer immersive Cronkite graduate fellowship

Applications due April 17 The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication is partnering with the Native American Journalists Association (NAJA) and Indian Country Today (ICT) to support an outstanding NAJA member to pursue a master’s degree in the 2022-2023 school year and produce content for the national ICT audience. What master’s programs can you pursue?The Cronkite/ICT fellow … More ASU Cronkite, Indian Country Today and NAJA partner to offer immersive Cronkite graduate fellowship

Award-winning journalist Duncan McCue appointed to NAJA Board of Directors

The Native American Journalists Association Board of Directors voted unanimously to appoint Duncan McCue to a vacant board position on March 3.  McCue is Anishinaabe, a member of the Chippewas of Georgina Island First Nation in southern Ontario, Canada. A journalist at CBC News for over 20 years, he is currently away from hosting CBC … More Award-winning journalist Duncan McCue appointed to NAJA Board of Directors