In These Times seeks investigative reporting proposals

The Leonard C. Goodman Institute for Investigative Reporting is dedicated to providing editorial and financial support to journalists pursuing in-depth investigative projects that align with In These Times’ mission of advancing democracy and economic justice, informing movements for a more humane world, and providing an accessible forum for debate about the policies that shape our future. Inspired … More In These Times seeks investigative reporting proposals

NAJA launches survey to assess press freedom in Indian Country

All readers, viewers and listeners of tribal media are encouraged to respond to the survey and SHARE it with friends and family who care about the independence of tribal media.   *FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE*   Norman, Okla. – On April 9, the Native American Journalists Association launched the Red Press Initiative survey designed to assess … More NAJA launches survey to assess press freedom in Indian Country

NAJA scholarship recipient wins Hearst Journalism Award

Norman, Okla. ­– A 2018 scholarship recipient from the Native American Journalists Association has placed in one of the country’s most prestigious collegiate competitions. University of Oklahoma senior and Cherokee Nation citizen Storme Jones placed second in the Hearst Television News competition for a story made possible in part through NAJA’s Facebook Journalism Project scholarship … More NAJA scholarship recipient wins Hearst Journalism Award

Apply now to join the ProPublica Local Reporting Network

ProPublica is expanding its Local Reporting Network, part of its growing effort to help local journalists pursue meaningful accountability stories in their communities. We are now accepting applications for six more news organizations to do investigative projects as part of our network. The group will begin work on July 1 and continue for a year. … More Apply now to join the ProPublica Local Reporting Network

Digital Reporting in Indigenous Communities panel set for April 4

The NAJA board of directors will join the Northwestern University community on April 4 for an open forum panel discussion titled “Digital Reporting in Indigenous Communities.” The panel will prepare journalists working in Indigenous communities to push past (stereo)typical coverage and toward stories that enlighten both Native and non-Native audiences. The discussion will focus on … More Digital Reporting in Indigenous Communities panel set for April 4

NAJA calls for 2019 National Native Media Award entries

The Native American Journalists Association will award members for journalistic excellence during the 2019 National Native Media Conference NORMAN, Okla. — The Native American Journalists Association will recognize outstanding coverage of Indian Country during the 2019 NAJA National Native Media Awards. The annual competition recognizes excellence in reporting by Indigenous and non-Indigenous journalists across the … More NAJA calls for 2019 National Native Media Award entries