We're excited to welcome our chapter board for 2022! Please feel free to reach out to our board members at firstname.lastname@example.org with ideas, concerns, requests or just to say hi! President: Jingyao Yu, senior editorial associate, Resolve PhillySecretary: Samara Ahmed, journalism research assistant, EdSurgeTreasurer: Juliana F. Reyes, investigative reporter, The Philadelphia InquirerVice president of engagement/national … Continue reading Announcing the 2022 AAJA Philly chapter board
We're excited to share our latest event: AAJA Philly President Juliana Reyes will be interviewing NPR Invisibilia host Yowei Shaw about the show's latest season on friendship, plus a bunch of other stuff, like what it's like to become the co-host of an acclaimed longform podcast and what we can learn about storytelling and craft … Continue reading Come talk friendship w/ NPR Invisibilia host Yowei Shaw on Friday, Nov. 12!
Our chapter board is changing: Juliana Reyes is moving from treasurer to president for the rest of 2021. In her place, Yowei Shaw will become treasurer. Both are former chapter presidents and so this transition should be fairly seamless. The reason for this change is that unfortunately - and coincidentally - current president Tim Tai, … Continue reading AAJA Philly chapter board updates
UPDATE: We're accepting scholarship applications through Aug. 6! AAJA Philly is once again offering our annual Curley Scholarship, which covers the cost of your AAJA national convention registration. Because the convention is virtual again this year, we have a lot of scholarships to offer, so please apply! It’s open to both students and professionals. Please … Continue reading Let us pay for your AAJA convention registration!
Update: Here is a link to the recording of the panel! Hate crimes. Anti-Asian hate. These phrases have dominated news coverage of the recent assaults on Asians and Asian Americans and of the Atlanta spa shootings. But as prosecutors waffle over whether these attacks are motivated by race and/or gender, and activists and politicians push … Continue reading May 5: Covering anti-Asian hate panel