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


The Latest From the CJ Project: Solitary Confinement in New Mexico

The Latest From the CJ Project: Solitary Confinement in New Mexico

George Abila sits in his attorney’s office in Albuquerque, NM. (AP Photo/Mary Hudetz) On March 6, Mary Hudetz, a reporter for the Associated Press, published the first story of the ongoing CJ Project, a special reporting series covering


CJ Project Reporter Mary Hudetz Reflects on Criminal Justice Reporting Training in Albuquerque, NM

CJ Project Reporter Mary Hudetz Reflects on Criminal Justice Reporting Training in Albuquerque, NM

By Mary Hudetz, Reporter, the CJ Project and the Associated Press The school-to-prison pipeline. Disparities in sentencing laws between drug crimes and white collar ones. And the impact of justice system policies on women and


AAJA Hires Reporting Team for Criminal Justice Project in New Mexico

AAJA Hires Reporting Team for Criminal Justice Project in New Mexico

The Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) has hired three journalists to work on the CJ Project, a special reporting series in partnership with the National Council on Crime & Delinquency (NCCD) and Investigative Reporters and


W.K. Kellogg Foundation Awards AAJA $400,000 Grant for New Criminal Justice Reporting Project

W.K. Kellogg Foundation Awards AAJA $400,000 Grant for New Criminal Justice Reporting Project

Media Contact: Kathy Chow AAJA Executive Director 415-346-2051 ext 106 kathyc@aaja.org FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: JULY 19, 2016 San Francisco, CA – The W.K. Kellogg Foundation has awarded the Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) a $400,000 grant to partially fund a