Los Angeles, CA 90013
The Asian American Journalists Association is a national, nonprofit educational and professional association that owes its founding in 1981 to the vision of a small group of Los Angeles journalists. Today, AAJA's L.A. chapter continues to promote AAJA's three-part mission:
-To encourage young Asian Pacific Americans to enter the ranks of journalism.
-To promote fair and accurate coverage of Asian Pacific Americans.
-To increase the number of Asian Pacific American journalists and news managers in the industry.
AAJA-L.A.'s 200-plus members span the multi-media range of journalists in Southern California. Our diverse membership includes broadcast anchors, reporters, producers, writers and videographers; print editors, columnists, reporters and photojournalists; and online editors and contributors.
AAJA-L.A. is part of a national organization with chapters throughout the country and in Asia. There are four different chapters in California: Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego and Sacramento. In addition to Los Angeles, the largest chapters are New York, San Francisco and Washington, D.C. Members span the globe from Paris to Bangladesh. In 2006, AAJA's membership increased to over 2,000 -- the highest ever in the organization's history.
AAJA-L.A. offers scholarships for college and graduate students, internship stipends for students, recent graduates and beginning journalists, and subsidies for mid-career journalists to attend professional development programs.
AAJA is a non-profit organization with 501-c (3) status.
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