Join or renew your AAJA membership on October 1, 2014 and enjoy your membership until the end of 2015! Renewing is easy – here’s how: Step 1: Log in to your AAJA online account (or create a new account if you’re a new member) via the “Member Login” link or by clicking here. Step 2: Near the top right-hand
Nominate Outstanding Coverage of AAPI Civil Rights and Social Justice with the 2013 Dr. Suzanne Ahn Award
Dr. Suzanne Ahn The Asian American Journalists Association is honored to have the opportunity since 2003 to recognize excellence in Asian American Pacific Islander civil rights and social justice coverage with the Dr. Suzanne Ahn
Nominate an outstanding individual for the 2013 AAJA Lifetime Achievement or the Special Recognition Award
2012 Lifetime Achievement Award recipient Curtiss Kim and 2012 Special Recognition Award recipient Bryan Chu AAJA annually pays tribute to two individuals who have made extraordinary contributions to AAJA and/or the Asian American and Pacific
Recognize outstanding digital journalism with the 2013 Gannett Award for Innovation in Watchdog Journalism
AAJA, in partnership with the Gannett Foundation, is offering a $5,000 award to recognize groundbreaking work by a journalist or a team who creatively uses digital tools in the role of being a community’s watchdog.
Janet Cho (At-Large) was one of five U.S. journalists and seven Chinese journalists chosen for a two-week 2012 China-U.S. Journalists Exchange, sponsored by the East-West Center, the Better Hong Kong Foundation and the All
Neal Justin of AAJA-Minnesota and Ken Moritsugu of AAJA-Asia have been nominated for the position of AAJA Vice President for Print. AAJA is holding a special election to fill the remainder of the term for
AAJA is saddened by the death of Jessica Lum, 25, of the Sacramento Chapter. AAJA extends its condolences to her family, friends and the many she touched with her work as a multimedia journalist. Her impact
AAJA is holding a special election to fill the remainder of the term of Tom Lee, AAJA’s Vice President for Print, who regrets he will not be able to complete his term and is
Shirley Lew (AAJA-New York) has been recognized by Manalapan, N.J.’s mayor and its township committee for providing continuous emergency information and service updates to the city’s residents on the Manalapan Township Television Network, MTTN-TV, and
AAJA has a new portal to welcome new members and allow current members to update their own information, renew their membership and easily take advantage of other opportunities. Why be a part of AAJA?
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