NAJA, NABJ, NAHJ, AAJA, and SPJ demand end to racialized mascots in media

The Native American Journalists Association joins the National Association of Black Journalists, National Association of Hispanic Journalists, Asian American Journalists Association, and Society of Professional Journalists to call for immediate discontinuance of race-based sports mascots in media NAJA is joined by NABJ, NAHJ, AAJA, and SPJ to reiterate its demand for the immediate and permanent … More NAJA, NABJ, NAHJ, AAJA, and SPJ demand end to racialized mascots in media

NAJA will host 2020 Elections online Aug. 26-Sept. 10

The Native American Journalists Association calls for 2020 Board candidacy declarations through Aug. 2; virtual candidate forum set for Aug. 25 The Native American Journalists Association rescheduled the 2020 National Native Media Conference for Sept. 15-19, 2021, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In response, NAJA will host the 2020 Board Elections online Aug. 26- Sept.10, … More NAJA will host 2020 Elections online Aug. 26-Sept. 10

RCFP highlights resources in lieu of protest coverage, Tulsa Trump rally

The Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press will be monitoring their legal hotline on Saturday, June 20 in lieu of the Trump rally and can help connect journalists with an attorney in Tulsa if they are arrested. The webform in this link is the recommended way to reach them during weekday business hours, but in an … More RCFP highlights resources in lieu of protest coverage, Tulsa Trump rally

NAJA, Reveal to host discussion on COVID-19’s impact on the Native American census count June 18

The Native American Journalists Association in partnership with Reveal | from the Center for Investigative Reporting will hold an online discussion and Q&A June 18 at 1:30 p.m. PT/4:30 p.m. ET regarding COVID-19’s impact on the Native American census count. Even before the COVID-19 pandemic spread across the country, the 2020 U.S. Census was already … More NAJA, Reveal to host discussion on COVID-19’s impact on the Native American census count June 18

PEN America partners to launch free journalists’ safety, health webinar series staring June 11

PEN America in partnership with the Committee to Protect Journalists, International Women’s Media Foundation, Freedom of the Press Foundation, and Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma have developed a free webinar series on journalists’ safety and health that starts June 11. Amid sustained protests against police brutality in recent weeks, the US Press Freedom Tracker is investigating over 380 press … More PEN America partners to launch free journalists’ safety, health webinar series staring June 11

NAJA announces 2021 National Native Media Conference

The Native American Journalists Association to host annual conference Sept. 15-19, 2021 in Phoenix; recognize 2020 awardees during virtual awards ceremony OKLAHOMA CITY — The Native American Journalists Association will host the 2021 National Native Media Conference Sept. 15-19, 2021 in Phoenix.  In partnership with the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at … More NAJA announces 2021 National Native Media Conference