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Cloud Times hired seven interns from the American Indian Journalism Institute and 20 interns from the Chips Quinn Scholars program.
--Ramon Chavez, a founder of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists and former dean of the American Indian Journalism Institute, is director of the Oklahoma Institute for Diversity in Journalism at the University of Oklahoma.
Victor Merina, a former Los Angeles Times reporter, is a senior fellow at the University of Southern California's Annenberg Institute for Justice and Journalism, an editor for reznet, and instructor at the American Indian Journalism Institute.
At the University of South Dakota, students and faculty work closely with American Indians, encouraging them to enter the university's American Indian Journalism Institute, established at South Dakota by The Freedom Forum.
The Freedom Forum's American Indian Journalism Institute [AIJI] teaches about 25 Native American college students how to write newspaper stories and take photographs in a three-week boot camp at the University of South Dakota each June.
3-29 American Indian Journalism Institute, Freedom Forum Neuharth Center, University of South Dakota, Vermillion, S.D.
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