2021 Native American Journalism Fellowship application open through April 30

Applications for the Facebook scholarship and NAJF consolidated to one form (view below) The Native American Journalists Association (NAJA) is now accepting applications for the 2021 Native American Journalism Fellowship through April 30. Selected fellows will build their reporting skills during an on-site newsroom experience during the 2021 National Native Media Conference set for Sept. 16-18 (see below for newsroom dates) … More 2021 Native American Journalism Fellowship application open through April 30

NAJA announces 2020 class of Native American Journalism Fellows

The Native American Journalists Association selects three fellows for an innovative virtual curriculum NORMAN, Okla. – The Native American Journalists Association (NAJA) has selected three fellows to participate in the Native American Journalism Fellowship (NAJF) class of 2020.  With the cancellation of NAJA’s national convention due to COVID-19, the 2020 class of fellows will participate … More NAJA announces 2020 class of Native American Journalism Fellows

Journalism for good

This originally appeared on ohiotoday.org. From a young age, Caitlin Hunt loved to do three things: read, write, and talk to people. So, it came as no surprise when the Ohio University junior chose to pursue a career in journalism. Hunt, a member of the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina, was surprised to learn, though, … More Journalism for good

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