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.
September 13, 2020 On Saturday night, Sept. 12, AAJA-LA member and KPCC/LAist reporter Josie Huang was arrested by Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies for allegedly “obstructing justice.” Huang was covering … Continue reading AAJA-LA and AAJA National Statement on the Arrest of Josie Huang
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 … Continue reading AAJA Joins Press Freedom Groups In Calling For Journalists Rights and Safety
The Asian American Journalists Association stands in solidarity with journalists and commends them for their work covering the ongoing protests.
The Asian American Journalists Association commends journalists who are asking the tough questions and holding our elected officials accountable, especially in their coverage of how governments are responding to keep … Continue reading AAJA Stands with Journalists Pressing for Accountability in Coronavirus Response
The Asian American Journalists Association stands by the three Wall Street Journal correspondents whose press credentials were revoked by the Chinese government on Feb. 19.
The Asian American Journalists Association joins the AAJA-Asia chapter in condemning a Manila court decision to convict Rappler co-founder and executive editor, Maria Ressa, and Reynaldo Santos, former senior writer at Rappler, … Continue reading AAJA Condemns the Conviction of Rappler Co-Founder Maria Ressa on Cyber Libel Charges