Topics include World War II images of Native Americans in Life Magazine (1937-1949); patterned references to indigenous Americans in the New York Times and Los Angeles Times (1999-2000); the American Indian mascot issue; efforts to eradicate "squaw"; American Indian product icons; and the Native American Journalists Association, among others.
What does NAJA stand for?
NAJA stands for Native American Journalists Association
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other definitions of NAJA
We have 3 other meanings of NAJA in our Acronym Attic
- National Association of Insurance Women
- Nevada Attorney for Injured Workers (Nevada Department of Business and Industry)
- National All -Jersey, Inc. (Jersey cow; Reynoldsburg, OH)
- National Association of Jewelers
- Nederland Acid Jazz (band)
- Nepalese Association in Japan (est. 1988)
- Network Attached Jukebox (system)
- Nurses Association of Jamaica
- Natal Amateur Judo Association (KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa)
- National Association of Jewelry Appraisers
- North American Judo Association (martial arts)
- North American Jujitsu Academy
- North Atlantic Jazz Alliance (Fullerton, CA)
- National Aboriginal Justice Advisory Committee (Australia)
- Nordic Association for Japanese and Korean Studies
- National Association of Japan-America Societies, Inc.
- National Association of Jamaican and Supportive Organizations
- National Association of Japanese Canadians
- National Association of Jewish Chaplains
- New American Justice Coalition (fictional)
Samples in periodicals archive:
org July 10-17 NATIVE AMERICAN JOURNALISTS ASSOCIATION 2011 NAJA Convention Westin Beach Resort/Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Virtually every America Indian advocacy group in the country has spoken out against mascots, including the Washington-based National Congress of American Indians, the American Indian Movement, Indian Psychologists of the Americas, Native American Journalists Association, Concerned American Indian Parents, and more.
this year from the Native American Journalists Association (NAJA).
At the "Authors Carousel," members of the National Association of Black Journalists, National Association of Hispanic Journalists, Native American Journalists Association, and the Asian American Journalists Association will offer readings and book signings.
Now take a look at what the Native American Journalists Association does on this one, with a slightly American bent.
The Native American Journalists Association reports that two of its members are on editorial boards, Doreen Yellow Bird with the Grand Forks Herald in North Dakota, and me.