The third quarter 2023 edition of The IRE Journal explores Indigenous news. This special themed edition of the magazine has been made available to the public free of charge with the goal of improving industry coverage of Indigenous communities and highlighting the important work of Indigenous journalists. We hope you enjoy reading!
Each print issue of The Journal features centerpiece stories and recurring departments that explore major news trends, techniques behind investigations, outstanding investigative work and core topics relevant to journalists. Print subscriptions to The Journal are included with IRE membership, and members may download archived past issues of the Journal for free when logged into the IRE website.
Print copies and nonmember subscriptions may be purchased by contacting Amy Eaton, IRE director of member services, at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
Contributing writers in this Indigenous news edition: Diana R. Fuentes (IRE), Brian Bull (KLCC), Rachel Adams-Heard (Bloomberg), Karyn S. Pugliese (Canadaland), B. “Toastie” Oaster (High Country News), Christine Trudeau (Indigenous Journalists Association), Shannon Shaw Duty (Osage News), Mary Hudetz (ProPublica), Maria Parazo Rose (Grist), Mark Trahant (ICT), John Perry (formerly of The Atlanta Journal Constitution), Dee Alexander (U.S. Census Bureau), Sunnie R. Clahchischiligi (High Country News), Jourdan Bennett-Begaye (ICT), Indigenous Investigative Collective and Jodi Rave Spotted Bear (Indigenous Media Freedom Alliance). The cover features ledger art by John Isaiah Pepion, "This Is What It Feels Like To Be An American Indian." IRE editorial director Doug Meigs edited the issue.