Leap the Native American journalistic divide

Tallent, Rebecca
September 2008
Quill;Sep2008, Vol. 96 Issue 7, p34
Trade Publication
The article discusses the coverage by U.S. journalists of Native Americans or American Indians. The article mentions the First Amendment, press freedom, tribal nations, tribal laws, the U.S. Constitution, Press Freedom Act adoption by U.S. tribes, the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma, and tribal members. The article also mentions self-identification, reporters and journalists, and the Native American viewpoint.


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