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Thank you, MHPI patrons

Oct 1, 2021

Thank you to the following patrons who have supported the Max Heath Postal Institute with a financial gift.

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NNAF News Fellows recall experiences

Feb 1, 2021

NNAF former news fellows ⁠— Catherine Sweeney, Katie Winbauer, Emily Roland and Rachael Rodgers —  share how the program impacted their careers. 

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Where are they now? NNAF News Fellows

Jan 5, 2021

In 2013, National Newspaper Association and National Newspaper Association Foundation began a program for college journalists to address widespread concerns about declining news literacy. Designed to help ...

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NNA Foundation annual report 2020

Oct 1, 2020

As of August 31, 2020, the Foundation has showed a continued negative net operating income of ... 

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NNAF to expand role, educate public on importance of newspapers in democracy

Jul 1, 2020

Matt Adelman and Reed Anfinson jointly announced in June that task forces formed from the two organizations’ executive committees were working on a plan to enhance NNAF’s ability to serve ...

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NNA Foundation D.C. fellowship is back!

Dec 1, 2019

We are pulling together the 2020 NNAF Fellowship in D.C. The theme is “Presidential Politics: a 20/20 View.”  This is an exciting opportunity for journalism students in your state. The ...

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In politically contentious times, Americans find some agreement about guns

Jun 21, 2018

To Mallory Harris, a senior math major at the University of Georgia and the organizer of the Athens March for Our Lives Rally, gun owners aren’t enemies; they’re allies.

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MI representatives work together to mend bipartisan politics

Jun 14, 2018

From Washington to Kalamazoo, MI, Republicans and Democrats are speaking about the reasons that have led to the polarization in the political climate in the U.S.

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ND politicians set a precedent by bridging the divide

May 4, 2018

The U.S. is politically split among the political ideologies of Red, Blue, and in some cases, Purple. Each one represents certain values and understandings.

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