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.
As we reflect on the past month and watch these stories unfold, we want to highlight some of the work we have done to keep newsrooms accountable and amplify the resources AAJA developed to guide ongoing coverage.
After an editorial lapse by Vice Media, the Asian American Journalists Association’s (AAJA’s) MediaWatch Committee urges Vice Media Group and other media outlets to be vigilant about their representation of Asians and Asian American and Pacific Islander communities.
ATLANTA, Ga. — The Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) will host an all-day training event for creators of color on Aug. 3, 2019, to increase the representation of diverse storytellers and content-makers in entertainment and news media. The event, “Represent!”, is a celebration of diversity, inclusion and emerging stories and storytellers. Leading media professionals of … Continue reading AAJA Invites Creators of Color to Represent! at #AAJA19, Featuring Screening and Panel with George Takei
AAJA joins a coalition of minority journalism organizations in calling attention to the lack of participation in the American Society of News Editors’ (ASNE) annual diversity survey.