NAJA reschedules 2020 National Native Media Conference

Native American Journalists Association reschedules annual conference for 2021, extending all program deadlines due to COVID-19 OKLAHOMA CITY — In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Native American Journalists Association has postponed the 2020 National Native Media Conference until 2021. The decision to reschedule the annual conference was based on guidelines from the WHO, the … More NAJA reschedules 2020 National Native Media Conference

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

NAJA awarded Facebook Journalism Project Community Network grant

Norman, Okla. — The Native American Journalists Association has been awarded $25,000 from the Facebook Journalism Project Community Network. FJP’s mission is to support and connect people and organizations that are building community through local news. FJP partnered with The Lenfest Institute for Journalism to provide grant review and grantmaking support.  NAJA serves and empowers … More NAJA awarded Facebook Journalism Project Community Network grant

NAJA calls for 2019 board candidacy declarations through Aug. 7

Share skills and boost your resume: Run for the NAJA Board of Directors Support and learn about the business of a non-profit organization passionate for Native American media.  The Native American Journalists Association (NAJA) is calling for candidate nominations and declarations to serve on the NAJA Board of Directors. There are three vacancies for 3-year … More NAJA calls for 2019 board candidacy declarations through Aug. 7