Immigration, voting problems in the primaries, the Native American vote, exclusion of reporters from statehouse coverage and an LGBT teen homeless crisis.
UNITY can think of no better place but Phoenix to kick off our 2016 regional media summit series. Join us today for the summit with the Native American Journalists Association at ASU’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication.
In a room filled with tables and computers, Trevor tells his advance high school students sitting behind each system about their video and audio final projects.
Among the few café shops that give back to the community, or even have programs that empower and help individuals in need, is The Refuge in Phoenix, Arizona.
JAWS is offering to identify women to serve journalism panels at conferences, etc. We often hear about all-male panels and want to offer a solution.
The Society of Professional Journalists and the Native American Journalists Association are seeking 14 interns for EIJ News.
Boston University is seeking people who would be interested in being interviewed for a study on journalists’ careers.
More than 250 journalists were honored July 11 by the Native American Journalists Association for excellence in reporting by Native and non-Native journalists across the U.S., and Canada.
Words matter when telling a story. NLGJA offers a Stylebook on LGBT Terminology and tip sheets on issues that affect our communities. Check out some of the common terms that might be useful in your coverage of transgender people.