National Communication Association and Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Co-Sponsor Workshop on Covering Anti-Asian Violence
This 90-minute virtual workshop seeks to support journalists and scholars in covering stories about Asians and Asian Americans, especially stories relating to anti-Asian violence. Specifically, Asian American journalists with expertise in some aspect of such coverage will offer “lessons from the field.” After an hour of presentations, there will be a half-hour question-and-answer period. Topics to be discussed include: how to cultivate Asian American sources, how to generate a list of possible interpreters over time, how to keep stories about anti-Asian violence “live” (e.g., develop follow-up stories), and how to help audiences understand the historical roots of anti-Asian violence in the United States.
Wednesday, July 28, 2021
1:00-2:30 p.m. EDT
NCA Immediate Past President Kent A. Ono,
Professor, Department of Communication, The University of Utah
Erika Vichi Lee, Independent Journalist
Diana Lu, Independent Journalist
Marrian Zhou, Nikkei Asia
Co-sponsored by the National Communication Association and the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.
To arrange an interview with one or more of the workshop panelists, contact Grace Hébert at 202-534-1104 or email@example.com.
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