ASU Cronkite, Indian Country Today and NAJA partner to offer immersive Cronkite graduate fellowship

Applications due April 17 The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication is partnering with the Native American Journalists Association (NAJA) and Indian Country Today (ICT) to support an outstanding NAJA member to pursue a master’s degree in the 2022-2023 school year and produce content for the national ICT audience. What master’s programs can you pursue?The Cronkite/ICT fellow … More ASU Cronkite, Indian Country Today and NAJA partner to offer immersive Cronkite graduate fellowship

Indian Country Today wants to hear from you about jobs, work and life in your community

What do you consider the job of the future? What is your dream job? Are you satisfied with your quality of life?  We’re working on a project on economic issues in tribal communities and we want to know more from you. Please use this form to provide us with details about what is happening in your community. … More Indian Country Today wants to hear from you about jobs, work and life in your community

NAJA hosts “Leading the Way: Indian Country and COVID-19 Vaccinations” virtual roundtable Sept. 9

Webinar will be the first in a three-part series focused on covering health equity in Indian Country, supported by the Commonwealth Fund.  The Native American Journalists Association recognizes that media professionals are confronted with unique challenges when covering issues affecting Indigenous people and communities. The NAJA Roundtable series aims to examine the challenges and best … More NAJA hosts “Leading the Way: Indian Country and COVID-19 Vaccinations” virtual roundtable Sept. 9

NAJA selects Pember as one of three recipients for 2021 Richard LaCourse Award for Investigative Journalism

Mary Annette Pember to be recognized during 2021 National Native Media Awards virtual ceremony Oct. 28 OKLAHOMA CITY, Oklahoma — The Native American Journalists Association (NAJA) named Mary Annette Pember (Red Cliff Ojibwe), National Correspondent for Indian Country Today, as one of three recipients for the 2021 Richard LaCourse Award for Investigative Journalism, which recognizes … More NAJA selects Pember as one of three recipients for 2021 Richard LaCourse Award for Investigative Journalism

Sounds of Sovereignty: The Past and Future of Indigenous Audio Media set April 14-15

Designed in partnership with Haskell Indian Nations University, the Hall Center for the Humanities, and the University of Kansas’s departments of Indigenous Studies, History, and Journalism, this conference will focus on how audio media, from radio to online audio clips to podcasts, have historically been and continue to be a tool for political activists, journalists, … More Sounds of Sovereignty: The Past and Future of Indigenous Audio Media set April 14-15

2021 NAJA-NextGenRadio: Indigenous cohort announced

NPR’s Next Generation Radio Project partners with the Native American Journalists Association, Native Public Media, and Southern California Public Radio to host Indigenous-centered digital workshop NORMAN, Oklahoma – The Next Generation Radio Project, in partnership with the Native American Journalists Association, Native Public Media, and Southern California Public Radio announced the 2021 cohort for the … More 2021 NAJA-NextGenRadio: Indigenous cohort announced