The Native American Journalists Association will host the 2023 National Native Media Conference Aug. 10-12 downtown at the Delta Hotel and RBC Convention Center Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
This year marks 40 years that Indigenous journalists have worked to support and sustain NAJA. Originally formed as the Native American Press Association in 1983, the name changed in 1990, to be more inclusive of broadcast journalists. The organization has grown from just a handful of reporters to a membership of nearly 1,000, which includes Indigenous journalists, funders, educators and partners across the United States and Canada.
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