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
by Hunter Hotulke Dozens of journalists gathered Thursday just 40 miles from where a mass shooting happened close to five months ago for a panel about the ethics and integrity of media’s response. Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students spoke about victims’ perspectives at the National Association of Hispanic Journalists/Native American Journalists Association … More Victims and Journalists: Florida Students Give Advice on What Professionals Should Think About When Covering Mass Shootings
NAJA Fellow Hunter Hotulke chats with Tyler Jones on KLWN Lawrence to share about his experience with the fellowship, his background at Haskell Indian Nations University and his future plans at Oklahoma State University.
By Cheyenne McNeill About 10 months ago, Indian Country Today announced that it was suspending publication — an announcement that left their employees and freelancers in shock. But in February, the publication announced that it was officially resuming publication. And even though Indian Country Today is back on the web, editor Mark Trahant says a … More Trahant Leads Indian Country Today’s Resurrection and Evolution
By Benjamin Yazza A Sundance Institute workshop specializing in native short story development gathered more than native filmmakers. Wednesday Evening, the workshop hosted by ArtServe in Fort Lauderdale, Fl., filled a room with eager participants wanting to communicate their ideas. “Our film festival is only a small piece of what we do,” Sundance Institute Program … More Sundance-Backed Workshop Brings Aspiring Filmmakers Together
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