The Native American Journalists Association requests your feedback to better inform our reporting guides on best practices for covering issues effecting Native Americans and their communities.
UNITY mourns the passing of Gwen Ifill, a journalist that served as a beacon for both great journalism and diversity.
This innovative project represents a great opportunity to show how media and technology can work together to produce amazing journalism.
“The issue of gun control has been a frequently discussed and debated topic during presidential debates. We spoke with people in Chicago, a city with soaring gun violence rates, to hear their confidence in the candidates’ abilities to address this issue.”
“I wanted to create content that showed my journey and college experience. Coming from Hawaii, moving to a big city such as Chicago is intimidating. Now I am a senior about to graduate and couldn’t be more thrilled to have stuck it out.”
Journalism students from Loyola University in Chicago will participate in the newsroom project to gain hands-on training in mobile journalism.
Back in February, when I learned I was selected as the 2016 UNITY Reporting Fellow, I was told this would be a busy, remarkable summer.
On the heels of the North Dakota pipeline battle, Native American journalists discussed the mainstream and alternative coverage areas of Native cultures and communities, and how representation and information between outlets may conflict.