Help improve diversity in media and Donate to the Power of One Now!

Help improve diversity in media and Donate to the Power of One Now!

By Paul Cheung

We want to send a special ‘thank you’ to all those who supported AAJA through Power of One donation in 2014. Your tax-deductible donation went far in helping to inspire young people to fulfill their dreams of becoming journalists through our student and professional development programs: JCamp, VOICES and ELP. It also supported our MediaWatch program, which ensures fair and accurate news coverage


AAJA Board Approves Restructuring Secretary and Treasurer Positions

AAJA Board Approves Restructuring Secretary and Treasurer Positions

    The Asian American Journalist Association’s governing board in March approved restructuring two officer positions: the Secretary will also be known as the Vice President of Communications, and the Treasurer will also be known as


Get a sneak peek of what’s in store at #AAJA17!

Get a sneak peek of what’s in store at #AAJA17!

  The Convention Programming Committee has been hard at work creating programming for #AAJA17 in Philadelphia, July 26-29. We’re incredibly excited about the programs and sessions we are bringing to Philadelphia this year. AAJA’s programming focuses on


Rebranding AAJA for Today and Tomorrow

Rebranding AAJA for Today and Tomorrow

AAJA family, Since January, our national rebranding committee has been working closely with In-House International to redesign AAJA’s brand identity. We’re thrilled to be working with such a broad range of talented AAJA members on


The Latest From the CJ Project: A Navajo Officer’s Death and the Dangers of Indian Country’s Remote Landscapes

The Latest From the CJ Project: A Navajo Officer’s Death and the Dangers of Indian Country’s Remote Landscapes

Navajo Nation police officer James Largo (Navajo Nation Office of the President and Vice President via Associated Press) In the latest story from the CJ Project, the recent death of Navajo Nation police officer James


Meet the #AAJA17 Programming Committee

Meet the #AAJA17 Programming Committee

The Convention Programming Committee has been hard at work creating programming for #AAJA17 in Philadelphia, July 26-29. We’re incredibly excited about the programs and sessions we are bringing to Philadelphia this year. AAJA’s programming focuses on


AAJA National Executive Team February Update

AAJA National Executive Team February Update

    AAJA family, Happy Year of the Rooster! It’s only February, but we’ve made some strides this past month. This is the first of many updates from our national executive team. This month includes news from


AAJA Governing Board Responds to Trump’s Executive Order on Immigration

AAJA Governing Board Responds to Trump’s Executive Order on Immigration

Our organization was founded on a shared vision and a unique understanding of what defined the immigrant or AAPI experience. AAJA has a commitment to accurately cover the implications of President Trump’s executive order


Learn More About AAJA’s Chapters

Learn More About AAJA’s Chapters

The Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) has 20 chapters. Contact a chapter or chapter president near you, or join AAJA as an at-large member to help advance our mission of diversity in news and newsrooms. Arizona President Nicole Vas Designer,


2017 President’s Message

2017 President’s Message

Dear AAJA family, AAJA has celebrated many successes in the past four years. As Paul Cheung described in his presidential farewell message, we hosted our first Asian American Presidential Town Hall, secured $400,000 to fund


Reflecting on successes, challenges — and the bright future ahead for AAJA

Reflecting on successes, challenges — and the bright future ahead for AAJA

Dear fellow members of AAJA: We’ve celebrated many successes over my four years of leading AAJA: Partnering with more than 30 community groups to host the first Asian American Presidential Town Hall, which featured principals and