Apply for the chance to have your work honored by AAJA The Asian American Journalists Association is proud to announce the return of our Awards Program, after they underwent restructuring over the past year in the spirit of innovation and boldly moving forward. These awards will honor the best of journalism over the past … Continue reading Our new AAJA Journalism Excellence Awards celebrate innovation, community and excellence
This September marks 20 years since the 9/11 attacks. The Arab and Middle Eastern Journalists Association (AMEJA), Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA), the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ), and the South Asian Journalists Association (SAJA), all independent professional organizations, are issuing guidance to help journalists and newsrooms more accurately and critically cover the commemoration, impacted communities, and policies that resulted from 9/11.
The Asian American Journalists Association’s Women and Non-Binary Voices Affinity Group urges the U.S. government and international society to take immediate actions to protect Afghan and international journalists, researchers, fixers, translators and other media workers who have risked their lives and their families’ lives for press freedom.
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.
The Asian American Journalists Association is proud to announce the 2021 scholarship and internship winners. After careful consideration, winners were selected from a pool of highly qualified and competitive candidates who have demonstrated passion and expertise in different areas of journalism. Thank you to our judges and sponsors. Listed below are the scholarship winners. … Continue reading Announcing the 2021 AAJA Scholarship and Internship Grant Winners
#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 is heartened that The New York Times has dropped the hyphen in “Asian American,” and we look forward to more newsrooms following suit.
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 journalists nationally and internationally. These students will receive training and mentorship from 11 professional mentors, who represent several platforms and news organizations, from the Los … Continue reading Announcing the 2021 AAJA Voices Student Fellows
The Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) is pleased to announce WarnerMedia is the presenting sponsor of AAJA’s 2021 Annual Convention (#AAJA21).