FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 16, 2020 AAJA 2020 Awards Ceremony & End of Year Celebration Presented by Joie Chen, Pablo Iglesias, Michelle Ye He Lee, and Nicole Dungca WASHINGTON, DC – The Asian American Journalists Association announced the 2020 awards recipients in its first-ever virtual celebration on Friday, December 11, 2020 at 8 p.m. ET. Watch … Continue reading AAJA Presents 2020 Awards Ceremony & End of Year Celebration
AAJA announces the launch of AAJA Studio, a speakers bureau.
AAJA stands with Steve Herman.
AAJA stands in solidarity with our fellow journalists, and condemns threats and attacks that interfere with journalists’ right to do their jobs without fearing for their safety.
AAJA extends its condolences to Mangaliman’s friends and family.
AAJA Announces New Voices Directors
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The Asian American Journalists Association stands in solidarity with our black colleagues during this challenging time. Just as we stand up to racism against Asian American and Pacific Islander communities, we stand up to racism against the black community, including the targeted and violent actions toward journalists of color during the protests of the last week. … Continue reading AAJA National Board’s Message To Members On Allyship For Our Black Colleagues
The Asian American Journalists Association joins press freedom groups calling for journalists’ rights and safety in light of incidents related to nationwide protests. Over the past two days, AAJA signed on to letters led by the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press and the National Press Club calling for full protection of journalists as … Continue reading AAJA Joins Press Freedom Groups In Calling For Journalists Rights and Safety