#AAJA22 Session Feedback Survey
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Wednesday, July 27th - Select which session(s) you attended below:
Introduction to Data Journalism (In Partnership with Investigative Reporters and Editors)
Bolster Your Digital Safety: An Anti-Hacking, Anti-Doxing Workshop (In Partnership with PEN America)
Owning the narrative online: Getting Asian American journalists their due on Wikipedia (In Partnership with Women Do News)
Journalism Power Tools Training (Sponsored by Google News Initiative)
Let There Be Light: A Lighting Workshop with AAJA Photo Affinity Group
2022 pro tips for networking and finding a mentor
Free legal resources for AAJA journalists: Meet the Reporters Committee (In Partnership with RCFP)
Leaning Into Our #VeryAsian Identity On and Off Air (In Partnership with Very Asian Foundation)
Thursday, July 28th - Select which session(s) you attended below:
APIDA Narratives in Classrooms and Newsrooms: Past, Present and Future (Sponsored by USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism)
Reporting on Trauma during Traumatic Times
Diversifying Publishing: Navigating the world of Publishing from AAPI authors
Disrupting Disparities Through Data: The Need for AAPI Data Equity in Research and Newsrooms (Sponsored by AARP)
Speaking Our Minds: AAPI Voices in Opinion Journalism
Using Twitter to Build and Engage Live Audiences (Sponsored by Twitter)
Dear Corky: Film Screening and Panel Discussion (Presented by AAJA Photo Affinity Group)
AAPI Representation in Sports & Entertainment (Presented by AAJA Sports Task Force, Sponsored by CBS Sports)
Friday, July 29th - Select which session(s) you attended below:
Shapeshifting Your Journalism Experience: Careers in Freelancing, Teaching & More
Reporting on Anti-AAPI Hate: Facts, Nuances and Context (In Partnership with Stop AAPI Hate!)
DEI strategies for racial equity: Lessons learned across industries
Hands-on Session: Sportcasters' Workshop (Presented by AAJA Sports Task Force, Sponsored by Fox)
Building an inclusive journalism program that sticks (Sponsored by TEGNA)
How to Build and Maintain a Wide Network of Sources
Dismantling stereotypes in the arts
Atlanta Shootings, Anti-AAPI Crime: Broadcasters Reflect on Coverage
Duct tape & broken fax machines: The challenges for US election officials & the stories that have yet to be told (Sponsored by Skoll Foundation)
Defining Courage, Little Tokyo Event
Saturday, July 30th - Select which session(s) you attended below:
Meditation Program (Presented by PopSugar)
AAJA Voices Presentation
Who Controls the Narrative About People of Color in Our Democracy? (Sponsored by Skoll Foundation)
Best Practices for Covering Marginalized Communities: A roundtable conversation
Lead with Purpose and Impact: AAPI Executives in Nonprofit Journalism (Sponsored by MacArthur Foundation)
Journalists as Advocates: How to Push for Press Freedom Amid Unprecedented Attacks (Presented by AAJA-LA)
Lessons in Podcasting (Presented by AAJA Audio & Podcasting)
Habits of Successful Freelancers (Presented by AAJA Freelance Affinity Group)
Representation, Pipeline and Power: Building AAPI Influence in News Leadership (Sponsored by MacArthur Foundation)
Hands-On Session: Non-fiction Video Storytelling + Portfolio Review (AAJA Video Affinity Group)
Identity-empowered Risk Assessment, Planning and Personal Security (In partnership with the International Women's Media Foundation)
Kicking Off Your Career in Film & TV Criticism (Sponsored by Rotten Tomatoes)
Storytelling from the Heart: Excavating personal, family and community stories
Identity-empowered risk assessment, planning and Personal Security (In partnership with the International Women's Media Foundation)
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