For Asian Pacific Heritage Month 2018, AAJA is celebrating phenomenal Asian American journalists who continue to inspire the journalists of today.
AAJA’s member updates for April 2018.
AAJA highlights recent works by reporter Sarah Macaraeg for the CJ Project that look into abuses by the US Customs and Border Protection agency.
AAJA opens applications for its Media Institute, a two-and-a-half-day workshop series focused on storytelling skills and sharing expertise with the media.
Voices has selected its 2018 staff for the upcoming AAJA National Convention in Houston, TX from August 6-11. The mission of Voices is to advance career development for AAJA student journalists, as well as develop leadership and management talent for mid-career professional journalists.
AAJA’s 2018 National Convention convention co-chairs and Houston locals Michelle Choi and Pooja Lodhia name a few of the many community organizations making an impact in the Houston community to check out.
AAJA is excited to announce its Voices Class of 2018. Voices, a leadership and mentoring program that aims to increase diversity in journalism, is celebrating its 28th anniversary at the annual AAJA National Convention in Houston, August 8-11.
AAJA interviews The Seattle Times’ investigative reporter Mike Baker, who led the two-year investigation that culminated in their award-winning “Quantity of Care” series.
AAJA’s Executive Leadership Program (ELP) is dedicated to developing the next generation of leaders across media professions. Class of 2018 alum Lisa Ng shares her experience with ELP.
AAJA’s Executive Leadership Program (ELP) is dedicated to developing the next generation of leaders across media professions. Class of 2018 alum Elaine Ramirez shares her experience with ELP.