After its pilot in 2020, AAJA is proud to relaunch AAJA Studio, our AAPI speakers bureau that brings the perspectives and expertise of AAPIs to the forefront of newsrooms, storytelling and representation.
The Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) will conduct three Media Institute trainings in partnership with The Asian American Foundation (TAAF). After a two-year hiatus during the COVID-19 pandemic, Media Institute … Continue reading AAJA Media Institute to Conduct Three Community Trainings, In Partnership with The Asian American Foundation
On the start of AAPI Heritage Month and Mental Health Awareness Month, the Asian American Journalists Association is proud to announce the expansion of our mental wellness offerings to our membership with support from Panda Express and others.
After over a year of collaboration and reflection within the AAJA community, we are proud to be sharing our Strategic Priorities with those beyond.
As coverage of the Tokyo Olympics continues, The Asian American Journalists Association’s (AAJA) Pacific Islander Task Force urges media organizations to be mindful in their reporting not to perpetuate stereotypes about Indigenous Pacific Islanders in headlines and coverage.
#AAJA21 early bird registration is now open! Join us virtually August 24-28, 2021 for an amazing lineup of speakers, panels and events.
The Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) is proud to announce the student fellows and faculty mentors for the 2021 Voices Cohort. The Voices leadership team has selected 22 student … Continue reading Announcing the 2021 AAJA Voices Student Fellows
The Asian American Journalists Association commends the decision to include and update terms pertaining to the Asian American and Pacific Islander community in the AP Stylebook, the premier style guide for our industry.
A list of resources for journalists covering the U.S. election and the inauguration.