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Native American Journalists Association

Remembering Allen Neuharth, the Newsman From South Dakota

Tim Giago | Posted 06.25.2013 | Media
Tim Giago

Native newspaper men and women and Native journalists across America lost one of their best friends. Al Neuharth grew up in a small South Dakota town and he never forgot his roots, nor did he ever forget the Native Americans that made up a large portion of the state's population.

From 'Talking Leaves' to Native Media Summit in Santa Fe

Tim Giago | Posted 09.01.2012 | Media
Tim Giago

After more than 30 years of working in the Indian media on radio, television and finally as a newspaper publisher I have seen so many changes in Indian country, especially in the media, that I believe this media summit comes at the right time.

Dulaney Was Named 'Waonspekiye,' or 'Teacher'

Tim Giago | Posted 06.16.2012 | Media
Tim Giago

The first I heard of Professor Dulaney was in 1983 when I received a letter -- it was not known as snail-mail back then -- saying that he had been reading my newspaper. We came up with the idea of forming a Native American newspaper association.

When Doris Leader Charge Spoke, Kevin Costner Listened

Tim Giago | Posted 06.02.2012 | Women
Tim Giago

"I hope the film shows young people on our reservation, where self-esteem is low, that you have to do the best you can and be proud of yourself."