National American Arab Journalists Association
6th Annual Journalism Conference

American Arab Journalism Ten Years After September 11, 2001:
Strengthening Our Role in Educating the American Public and the Arab World


NAAJA

April 29-May 1, 2011

Hyatt Regency Dearborn-Detroit
600 Town Center Drive
Dearborn, MI 48126

Registration required; fee $75
See link below


The National American Arab Journalists Association (NAAJA) presents this professional conference for journalists, communicators, writers, activists and organizations interested in the issues facing American Arabs, Muslims and the Middle East.

Click HERE to view the convention schedule or contact Ray Hanania at 312.933.9855 for further program information.

Founded in 1999, NAAJA is a network of professional journalists of American Arab heritage working in the mainstream American news media and in the American Arab ethnic media. NAAJA has several networking chapters in the United States; NAAJA-Palestine is the first chapter based in an Arab World nation.

NAAJA seeks to network with all American Arab journalists, and with professionals who work in the American Arab ethnic media or mainstream American media with ties to American Arab journalism training. It is a non-political, professional organization that tolerates and encourages unrestricted debate and discussion on all issues including politics.

The convention registration fee is $75 and includes full access to all panel discussions, meals, and admission to the Saturday evening Gala Banquet.

Click HERE to register online for this event.

 

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