NAJA extends annual memberships through 2021

Native American Journalists Association extends renewals through next year to support members during pandemic OKLAHOMA CITY — In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Native American Journalists Association has waived annual dues for all members, including those recently expired and approaching expiration.  Annual memberships previously renewed in 2020 will be extended to the next applicable … More NAJA extends annual memberships through 2021

Letter from the Board of Directors to members of the Native American Journalists Association

Dear Members, As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact our communities, jobs and lives, our thoughts and sympathies are with you. We hope you and your families are staying healthy and safe.  At NAJA, we have continued to monitor both domestic and international efforts to save lives and protect communities from the coronavirus. We have … More Letter from the Board of Directors to members of the Native American Journalists Association

RFA accepting applications to become a mentor for corps members

Report for America is accepting applications to become an RFA mentor and help RFA corps members excel in their roles by providing support and encouragement throughout the year. Mentors are veteran, award-winning journalists from print, broadcast, digital, non-profit news and academia. They represent a diverse group in every aspect of the word and RFA is proud to have them supporting journalism and … More RFA accepting applications to become a mentor for corps members

Mathison to host Finding Work in Journalism Amid COVID-19 webinar

Mathison Diversity Access has set the Finding Work in Journalism Amid COVID-19 webinar for May 28, from 1-2 p.m. EST. The ever-evolving 24 hour news cycle, along with the 30 million filing for unemployment, leads us to an uncertain and uncharted time for journalists. Hear from industry experts discuss the changing climate of journalism and … More Mathison to host Finding Work in Journalism Amid COVID-19 webinar

Freelance Investigative Reporters & Editors is accepting applications for stories, COVID & all

Freelance Investigative Reporters and Editors welcomes all investigative topics, but is giving special consideration to COVID-19 investigations, as long as the crisis continues.  In addition to its reporting services, FIRE provides freelancers with standard grants of up to $12,500, to complete an investigation; and Proposal Grants of up to $2,500, to develop an initial story … More Freelance Investigative Reporters & Editors is accepting applications for stories, COVID & all

Report for America announces 2020-21 Indigenous affairs corps members

Native American Journalists Association will train and mentor Indigenous affairs reporters in mainstream outlets across the U.S. Report for America hired six Indigenous reporters and will support 18 total positions focused on Indigenous affairs in outlets across the U.S., as part of the 2020-2021 class. These journalists are part of RFA’s 2020 corps totalling 225 … More Report for America announces 2020-21 Indigenous affairs corps members