NAJA stands in solidarity with AAJA and condemns anti-Asian racism

NORMAN, Oklahoma — The Native American Journalists Association (NAJA) stands in solidarity with the Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) and condemns anti-Asian racism and the shootings in Atlanta.  NAJA urges all journalists and media outlets to follow the reporting guidelines set forth by AAJA on covering Asian American and Pacific Islander communities at http://www.aaja.org. Media … More NAJA stands in solidarity with AAJA and condemns anti-Asian racism

NAJA joins AAJA in condemning anti-Asian racism

AAJA challenges newsrooms to prioritize coverage of anti-Asian violence The Native American Journalists Association joins the Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) in condemning the latest incidents of anti-Asian violence across the country and in its call for newsrooms to accurately cover such events.  These attacks are a part of a disturbing trend of harassment and violence … More NAJA joins AAJA in condemning anti-Asian racism

JCamp applications open through March 29

All-expenses-paid, multicultural journalism camp for high schools students provides six days of intensive training JCamp 2020 has been set for July 5-10 in Washington, D.C. alongside the 2020 NAHJ-NABJ Convention. JCamp brings a multicultural group of high school students together for six days of intensive journalism training. Students will learn from professional journalists and get … More JCamp applications open through March 29