NORMAN, OKLAHOMA – The Native American Journalists Association still has 2014 calendars available.
Now in its 30th anniversary year, the Native American Journalists Association is pleased to present a collection of images that celebrate the diversity of Indian Country as seen through the lenses of American Indian photographers.
From Indian relay races to the gatherings of tribes in Idaho, Wyoming and Oklahoma, these photographs represent the work of seven Native American Journalists Association photojournalists.
Headquartered on the University of Oklahoma campus, the Native American Journalists Association (NAJA) serves and empowers journalists through programs that enrich journalism and promote Native cultures. This calendar is an extension of that mission and NAJA thanks featured photographers Benny Polacca, Eugene Tapahe, Lori Edmo-Suppah, Roselynn Wahtomy, Louis Montclair, Jordan Dresser and Adam Sings In The Timber for donating their work. Proceeds benefit NAJA initiatives and programs.
The 2014 project came together with the help of seven Native American Journalists Association photographers and each month features stunning images from Indian Country.
The calendar is on sale on NAJA’s online store for $18, which includes shipping and handling.
For every five calendars ordered, a free one will be included with the order at no charge!