The Asian American Journalists Association joins our Asia Chapter (AAJA-Asia) in expressing serious concerns about the arrest of Haze Fan, a Chinese-national working for Bloomberg News in Beijing, and asks for Chinese authorities to be transparent of the charges against Fan and to ensure that her rights to legal assistance are upheld. Fan has been missing … Continue reading AAJA joins AAJA-Asia in Expressing Concern about Haze Fan Detention
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 the shooting of two deputies in Compton. She was released overnight with visible bruises, KPCC reported. We stand in support of our fellow Asian American … Continue reading AAJA-LA and AAJA National Statement on the Arrest of Josie Huang
AAJA and SAJA urge newsrooms to be mindful in their language of Harris’ multifaceted racial identity and the ways she has described her own upbringing and background.
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
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 Americans safe and healthy during the coronavirus pandemic. We stand by AAJA member and CBS White House correspondent Weijia Jiang and her fellow press corps … Continue reading AAJA Stands with Journalists Pressing for Accountability in Coronavirus Response
This Muslim.co feature is in partnership with Asian American Journalist Associations’ Muslim American Task Force with the mission to uplift Muslim community members. Earlier this year, human rights lawyer Qasim Rashid announced his bid for Virginia’s 1st District seat in the U.S. Congress. Muslim spoke to Rashid about migrating to the United States, the significance of his bid, being … Continue reading Defying the Norm, Again: Activist Qasim Rashid Runs For Congress
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.