Diversity Mixer in Washington DC

Diversity Mixer in Washington DC

Come mingle with D.C.-area members of the Asian American Journalists Association, South Asian Journalists Association, Arab and Middle Eastern Journalists Association, National Association of Black Journalists, National Association of Hispanic Journalists, and the Association of LGBTQ Journalists (NLGJA) at Industry Dive's Washington, D.C. headquarters.


You can also meet journalists at Industry Dive and learn about opportunities to work at the company. Industry Dive is a fast-growing business journalism company with online publications in 16 distinct markets, from retail and education to healthcare and energy. It reaches more than 7 million readers across its platforms and counts more than 60 talented journalists in its newsroom -- with many positions yet to be filled!. 


Attendees also have a chance to share their resumes with, and have their resumes critiqued by, hiring managers.


Space is limited. All attendees must RSVP via Eventbrite.

Thank You for a Great Event!

Thank You for a Great Event!

Dear AMEJA Members,

Thank YOU for coming out and supporting AMEJA and our friends at The Arab Collective at The New York Times.

We had a great turnout of diverse professionals and we look forward to having another gathering soon.

If you'd like to help us host a gathering or event, email us at board@ameja.org.

Screening of Jafar Panahi's 3 Faces in Los Angeles

Screening of Jafar Panahi's 3 Faces in Los Angeles

Dear AMEJA Members

AMEJA are proud to sponsor the screening of acclaimed Iranian filmmaker Jafar Panahi’s newest film 3 Faces in Los Angeles on March 30th. 


Panahi’s fourth completed feature since he was banned from filmmaking is one of his very best. 

Tickets are available here:

https://m.facebook.com/events/252297295648982


Panahi begins with a smartphone video shot by a young woman (Marziyeh Rezaei) who announces to the camera that her parents have forbidden her from realizing her dream of acting and then, by all appearances, takes her own life. The recipient of the video, Behnaz Jafari, as herself, asks Panahi, as himself, to drive her to the woman’s tiny home village near the Turkish border to investigate. From there, 3 Faces builds in narrative, thematic, and visual intricacy to put forth a grand expression of community and solidarity under the eye of oppression. – New York Film Festival