Data Driven: Using Public Information and Google Tools for Storytelling – September 17, 2020, at 6-8:30 pm CT

The Chicago chapter of the Asian American Journalists Association is proud to present a FREE online workshop on data journalism, featuring local journalists Mike Reilley and Jasmine Mithani. 6-7:15 pm: Learn how to build interactive graphics and maps with Google Flourish and scrape data with Google Sheets with Mike Reilley. 7:15-8:30 pm: Learn how to explore data and craft pitches based on … Continue reading Data Driven: Using Public Information and Google Tools for Storytelling – September 17, 2020, at 6-8:30 pm CT

The Summer of Extremes: Racism, Health Inequity and Heat – June 23-25, 2020

In partnership with NABJ Chicago, NAHJ Chicago, Chicago Journalists Association, and Chicago Headline Club, AAJA Chicago is proud to co-sponsor a three-day virtual conference on COVID-19 and the climate crisis, entitled The Summer of Extremes: Racism, Health Inequity and Heat.  Please see below for details, and how to get a free ticket. We hope to … Continue reading The Summer of Extremes: Racism, Health Inequity and Heat – June 23-25, 2020

Join us April 26 for AAJA Chicago’s Media Access Workshop

Calling all Chicago community groups, non-profits and activists: Learn how to get your stories in the news. Our free, all-day workshop will cover using social media, pitching decision-makers at local media outlets, writing op-eds and more. Speakers include Jason Knowles, consumer reporter at ABC 7; Marissa Bailey, weekend anchor at CBS 2; Marcia Lythcott, Commentary page … Continue reading Join us April 26 for AAJA Chicago’s Media Access Workshop