COVID-19 in Indian Country
Next in the NAJA Roundtable series: Experts and reporters will discuss common pitfalls and best practices when covering the pandemic in Indian Country.

The Native American Journalists Association has set The Invisibility of Indigenous COVID-19 Data virtual roundtable and live Q&A for November 19, 2020.

Indigenous communities continue to be disproportionately affected by the pandemic due to pre-existing health vulnerabilities, historical disenfranchisement, and insufficient government support for programs despite treaty obligations.

The Native American Journalists Association developed this reporting guide as a tool for newsrooms reporting on Indian Country.

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Native American Journalists Association has postponed the 2020 National Native Media Conference until 2021.

NAJA launches COVID-19 Member Survey NAJA will continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation closely and it is our hope to continue conference planning as usual. Leadership and staff will remain in communication with the NAJA Board of Directors to limit risks and if necessary, postpone the 2020 National Native Media Conference. In response, NAJA will […]

NAJA wants to know what you are experiencing professionally and personally due to COVID-19 and how we might support our members during this challenging time.

March 19, 2020 AAJA Issues Joint Statement Denouncing Anti-Asian Racism During Coronavirus Outbreak  From the Board of Directors of the Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA), with the support of the Journalism and Women Symposium (JAWS), National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ), National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ), Native American Journalists Association (NAJA), and NLGJA: The […]