The Native American Journalists Association (NAJA) elected five board members to new terms at the organization’s annual National Native Media Conference in Tempe, Ariz.
The Native American Journalists Association was informed that press junkets associated with the premiere of the movie “The Lone Ranger” have been well attended by journalists but not by Native journalists.
Chicago Tribune Standards Editor and UNITY Board Member Margaret Holt spoke to 20 students from the university’s Journalism Institute for Media Diversity as part of UNITY’s Detroit Regional Media Summit Sept. 11-12.
UNITY says more than 150 people attended Sept. 11-12 its two-day gathering in Michigan that featured a town hall meeting on Arab Americans and media summit.
Oklahoma, El Paso, Chicago, Atlanta and Arizona are among the sites UNITY: Journalist for Diversity is exploring for 2016 regional media summits.
While this all was an unforgettable experience, the journalistic knowledge I gained was not even the best part of it all.
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