Native American Journalists
The theme of the Association’s annual convention was, “Celebrating 178 Years of Native Journalism.” Moderated by Dan Littlefield, Native American journalists discussed the triumphs, tragedies and future of their craft since the first Native American newspaper was published in 1828. They described some of their personal journalistic experiences. After their presentations the panelists responded to audience members' questions. close
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George Benge Executive Editor Lafayette Journal and Courier
Dan Littlefield Director American Native Press Archives
Shirley Sneve Program Director Native American Public Telecommunications
Mary Kim Titla Publisher NativeYouthMagazine.com
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