Ojibwe journalist Mark Anthony Rolo passes at age 58

Indian Country Today Mark Anthony Rolo ‘was first and foremost a journalist with a strong sense of social justice and a pen that could be withering at times.’ Mark Anthony Rolo, award-winning journalist and educator, died May 30 at Saint Clare Hospice House in Baraboo, Wisconsin, after a long illness. He was 58. A graduate … More Ojibwe journalist Mark Anthony Rolo passes at age 58

NAJA extends call for 2020 National Native Media Award entries through June 12

NAJA has published a Reporter Arrest Guide for reporters and editors covering situations where arrests are a possible.  NAJA has also joined a statement with the National Association of Black Journalists, the National Association of Hispanic Journalists, and Asian American Journalists Association to condemn the arrest of journalists during the Minneapolis protests and signed on to a letter by the Reporter’s … More NAJA extends call for 2020 National Native Media Award entries through June 12

NAJA signs on to RCFP letter regarding Minnesota law enforcement’s treatment of journalists covering protests

1156 15th St. NW, Suite 1020Washington, D.C. 20005(202) 795-9300http://www.rcfp.org Bruce D. BrownExecutive Directorbbrown@rcfp.or(202) 795-9301 STEERING COMMITTEE STEPHEN J. ADLERReutersJ. SCOTT APPLEWHITEThe Associated PressWOLF BLITZERCNNDAVID BOARDMANTemple UniversityTHEODORE J. BOUTROUS, JR.Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLPMASSIMO CALABRESITime MagazineMANNY GARCIAPro PublicaEMILIO GARCIA-RUIZThe Washington PostJOSH GERSTEINPOLITICOALEX GIBNEYJigsaw ProductionsSUSAN GOLDBERGNational GeographicJAMES GRIMALDIThe Wall Street JournalLAURA HANDMANDavis Wright TremaineDIEGO IBARGÜENHearstKAREN KAISERThe Associated … More NAJA signs on to RCFP letter regarding Minnesota law enforcement’s treatment of journalists covering protests

E.W. Scripps Journalism School to hold free virtual high school workshop July 8-9

The E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University is hosting its annual 2020 high school workshop online July 8-9. It is an opportunity for remote experience with any of the school’s seven professional tracks and offers the opportunity to interact with working professionals and OU faculty via Zoom. There will also be Q&A sessions … More E.W. Scripps Journalism School to hold free virtual high school workshop July 8-9

Applications for Google News Initiative Fellowship open through Aug. 1

Applications are now open for the Google News Initiative Fellowship program. This year, the program is geared towards college students and recent college graduates who are interested in working at the intersection of news, media, and technology. With protests occurring around the U.S. due to police brutality and racial injustice, a diverse newsroom is even more … More Applications for Google News Initiative Fellowship open through Aug. 1

NAJA joins NABJ, NAHJ & AAJA in condemning the arrest of journalists covering Minneapolis protests

NAJA joins the National Association of Black Journalists, National Association of Hispanic Journalists and the Asian American Journalists Association in condemning the arrests of CNN reporter Omar Jimenez and his camera crew on May 29. The crew was detained by the Minnesota State Patrol while covering protests against the killing of George Floyd by local … More NAJA joins NABJ, NAHJ & AAJA in condemning the arrest of journalists covering Minneapolis protests