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Website: www.aaja.org 

Twitter: @AAJA

Instagram: @aajaofficial 

Facebook: @AAJAHQ

LinkedIn: @aaja

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Are you looking for an AAPI speaker, journalist, community leader, or subject matter expert to interview? Please check out AAJA Studio, our source diversity database and speakers’ bureau.

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ABOUT THE ASIAN AMERICAN JOURNALISTS ASSOCIATION

The Asian American Journalists Association is a professional membership association founded in 1981 by a group of Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) journalists seeking to support one another and to encourage more AAPIs to pursue journalism. Today, we continue to champion the development of AAPI representation and leadership in journalism through trainings, opportunities and resources for our members as well as through nurturing and maintaining a network and community of AAPI journalists globally. Since its founding in 1981, AAJA has been at the forefront of change in the journalism industry, working towards the visibility and inclusion of AAPI journalists in newsroom leadership, and towards equitable and accurate coverage of AAPIs and AAPI issues. Learn more at www.aaja.org or follow us on Twitter @AAJA

Media Contact: Daniella Ignacio, Programs and Communications Coordinator, daniellai@aaja.org

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