The Native American Journalists Association elects Ahtone as newest board member; re-elects Lenzy Krehbiel-Burton as secretary and Pollard to third term as president … More NAJA Elects Three New Board Members and Selects 2018-2019 Executive Committee
By Hunter Hotulke “It’s important to tell our story from our perspective because the perspectives that are out there are many times incorrect or have been perceived improperly, so its important to tell the real history and the people it actually affected,” –Jennifer Loren, Osiyo TV Many tribes have stories that are passed from … More The Importance of Native History Told Through Media
By Tyler Jones NAJA President Bryan Pollard joins Tyler Jones on KLWN Lawrence to explain what NAJA is doing and what the future plans are for the organization.
By Tyler Jones Houston Chronicle Reporter & NAHJ Mentor Monica Rhor joins Tyler Jones on KLWN Lawrence to give a rundown of what’s happening with NAHJ and the issues affecting Hispanic journalists.
By AJ Earl Visitors to Miami may notice something they’re not used to on their way in to their hotels, but only if they listen carefully. It’s not quiet, but it’s not something most pay attention to intentionally: a bus announcement. In the Miami-Dade Transit system, announcements are made in English, Spanish and Haitian Kreyol. … More Miami-Dade Transit Reaches Out in Kreyol
By Benjamin Yazza The National Native Media Conference hosted a panel on Accountability Journalism for Native Communities with a focus on data reporting. Mary Hudetz, past-Native American Journalism Association president and current Associated Press reporter, presented on resources she uses when reporting on tribal lands. “I hear often that data does not exist for us … More Trahant: Data is in our DNA