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In politically contentious times, Americans find some agreement about guns

June 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.

MI representatives work together to mend bipartisan politics

June 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.

Writer resumes column, offers it free to NNA members

May 4, 2018

When Carrie Classon returned to the U.S. after living for four years in Africa, she was middle-aged, unemployed, divorced, with no idea what to do next. The only thing she really wanted to do was write.

In the era of mass media consumption, media literacy education is vital

May 4, 2018

In the era of mass media consumption, media literacy education is vital

College students’ perspectives on politics, bipartisanship

May 4, 2018

As the November midterm elections draw closer and political divisions continue to guide Americans’ conversations and news feeds, there is both a desire for bipartisanship and a sense of political exhaustion. In times like these, the often-ignored voices of young voters can provide a fresh perspective on how politics hold influence on their lives.

Red state, blue state, what a state of affairs

May 4, 2018

As our country continues to remain in a tense political climate, the divide between Republicans and Democrats is growing. In a country rooted in the belief that the government is of the people, by the people and for the people, our roots are being shaken.

Lack of cooperation in legislature hampers progress

May 4, 2018

Although many agree that the political divide between Republicans and Democrats inhibits progress at the state and national level, it’s also the variety of reasons behind this divide that make it a challenge to resolve.

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.

7 college students participate in the 2018 NNAF News Fellows program

May 4, 2018

Seven college students came to Washington in mid-March to participate in the National Newspaper Association Foundation’s News Fellows Program. This is the sixth year the foundation has offered this program.

NNAF wants YOU!

December 11, 2017

The National Newspaper Association Foundation wants you!

It is that charitable-giving time of year and the National Newspaper Association Foundation is asking members to please consider making a fully tax-deductible gift to the non-profit arm of the National Newspaper Association that does so much to help your business...

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