It takes a village to keep a language alive.
Of the 73 editors-in-chief at award-winning college newsrooms in the Spring 2021 semester, less than 6 percent were Black, and approximately 10 percent were Latinx — significantly less than their share of the college population.
“I had no knowledge of Asian American history growing up,” Chan, who graduated in 1997, said.
What role should policing play in Asian American communities?
Five people who identify as Hong Kongers navigate the questions that come with political and personal changes in the city they call home.
This documentary highlights the voices of an underrepresented Asian American community — AAPI Adoptees — who grapple with their own racial and cultural visibility within the AAPI community itself.
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The Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) is a membership nonprofit advancing diversity in newsrooms and ensuring fair and accurate coverage of communities of color. AAJA has more than 1,500 members across the United States and Asia.