University of Kansas Journalism School Launches Native Storytelling Workshop for High School Students June 12-16, 2022 

Applications due May 27 The inaugural Native Storytelling Workshop will take place June 12-16 at the University of Kansas campus in Lawrence, in partnership with NAJA.   The workshop will bring Native American high school students from across the country to the KU campus for four days to introduce them to the field of journalism and explore ways that storytelling … More University of Kansas Journalism School Launches Native Storytelling Workshop for High School Students June 12-16, 2022 

AHCJ and NAJA co-host “Health Equity: Aging and Health Care Disparities in Indigenous Communities” webinar June 2

NAJA roundtable is the third in collaborative series focused on health equity in Indian Country The Native American Journalists Association (NAJA) and the Association of Health Care Journalists (AHCJ) will co-host the one-hour “Health Equity: Aging and Health Care Disparities in Indigenous Communities” webinar via Zoom on Thursday, June 2 at 12 p.m., CT. Liz … More AHCJ and NAJA co-host “Health Equity: Aging and Health Care Disparities in Indigenous Communities” webinar June 2

AHCJ and NAJA co-host “Health equity: For Whom Does the System Work?” webinar March 24 

Organizations collaborate as part of NAJA’s equity series and AHCJ’s Health Care Journalism 101 project The Native American Journalists Association and the Association of Health Care Journalists are hosting a webinar on the subject of health equity and how the U.S. health care system works – or doesn’t, depending on who you are and where … More AHCJ and NAJA co-host “Health equity: For Whom Does the System Work?” webinar March 24 

Award-winning journalist Duncan McCue appointed to NAJA Board of Directors

The Native American Journalists Association Board of Directors voted unanimously to appoint Duncan McCue to a vacant board position on March 3.  McCue is Anishinaabe, a member of the Chippewas of Georgina Island First Nation in southern Ontario, Canada. A journalist at CBC News for over 20 years, he is currently away from hosting CBC … More Award-winning journalist Duncan McCue appointed to NAJA Board of Directors

NAJA-NPR NextGenRadio: Indigenous set April 10-15 at Syracuse University, applications due March 18

Next Indigenous-centered workshop for early-career professionals focused on Indigenous journalists in the Eastern US The Native American Journalists Association and NPR’s Next Generation Radio Project have set the third NextGenRadio: Indigenous, a five-day digital-first workshop centering Indigenous stories and storytellers for April 10-15. The project will be hosted by the Newhouse School of Communications at … More NAJA-NPR NextGenRadio: Indigenous set April 10-15 at Syracuse University, applications due March 18

NAJA announces Winnipeg for 2023 National Native Media Conference location

The Native American Journalists Association invites all NAJA members and supporters of Indigenous journalism to the 2023 National Native Media Conference and media awards banquet in Winnipeg, Canada. “I’m honoured that the board voted in favour of bringing NAJA back to its roots. We have been floating the idea of hosting the conference in Canada … More NAJA announces Winnipeg for 2023 National Native Media Conference location