The Fund for Investigative Journalism, NAJA co-host online forum “Localizing the ‘Land Grab Universities’ Story” Feb. 4

The Fund for Investigative Journalism and The Native American Journalists Association will co-host an online forum, “Localizing the ‘Land Grab Universities’ Story” on Thursday, Feb. 4 at 11:30 a.m. Eastern. The forum will provide insights and resources stemming from the groundbreaking investigative report on land taken from Native Americans and given to colleges and universities. That reporting produced a database of nearly 11 million … More The Fund for Investigative Journalism, NAJA co-host online forum “Localizing the ‘Land Grab Universities’ Story” Feb. 4

NAJA calls for second apology and audit of New York Times story

Aboriginal Peoples Television Network reporting reveals ethics violations  NORMAN, Oklahoma — Earlier this month, officers with the Native American Journalists Association met with the New York Times editorial team to discuss concerns about the recent feature story, “Drawn From Poverty: Art Was Supposed to Save Canada’s Inuit. It Hasn’t.” by Catherine Porter. The story focuses … More NAJA calls for second apology and audit of New York Times story

NAJA calls for audit on New York Times story

The Native American Journalists Association is calling on the New York Times to provide an audit on how its story titled “Drawn From Poverty: Art Was Supposed to Save Canada’s Inuit. It Hasn’t.” was published. The article, by Catherine Porter, is harmful to Inuit and needs to be addressed. It is a journalist’s duty to … More NAJA calls for audit on New York Times story