NAJA releases 2021 Media Spotlight Report

The New York Times wins NAJA Bingo on more than half of articles analyzed  In the Native American Journalists Association’s 2021 Media Spotlight Report, more than half of the New York Times’ Indigenous affairs coverage used stereotypes found on the NAJA Bingo Card. An Ohio University research team, led by Sarah Liese, under the direction … More NAJA releases 2021 Media Spotlight Report

NAJA announces 2021 Facebook Journalism Project Scholarship recipients

NAJA awards $50,000 in total scholarships to five Indigenous journalism students OKLAHOMA CITY — The Native American Journalists Association partnered with the Facebook Journalism Project to establish the NAJA Facebook Journalism Project Scholarship in 2018 to support quality journalism that strengthens and connects communities. For the 2021-2022 school year, NAJA will award five scholarships of … More NAJA announces 2021 Facebook Journalism Project Scholarship recipients

NAJA announces 2021 Native American Journalism Fellows

The Native American Journalists Association selects six fellows for virtual curriculum NORMAN, Okla. – The Native American Journalists Association has selected six students, including three returning fellows, for the Native American Journalism Fellowship (NAJF) class of 2021.  With the cancellation of NAJA’s national convention due to COVID-19, the 2021 class will participate in a virtual … More NAJA announces 2021 Native American Journalism Fellows

E.W. Scripps Journalism School to hold free virtual high school workshop July 8-9

The E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University is hosting its annual 2020 high school workshop online July 8-9. It is an opportunity for remote experience with any of the school’s seven professional tracks and offers the opportunity to interact with working professionals and OU faculty via Zoom. There will also be Q&A sessions … More E.W. Scripps Journalism School to hold free virtual high school workshop July 8-9