Meet the speakers: Let’s talk about diversity in Hollywood

Mark your calendars for this Friday, Feb. 17: Our first event of the year is coming up, and we’ve got a great line-up of speakers ready.    Tre’vell Anderson, film reporter LA Times film reporter Tre’vell Anderson covers the intersections of diversity and Hollywood with a focus on black and queer

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Join us for a conversation about diversity in Hollywood this Friday, Feb. 17

Oscars Not So White? Media responsibility in its POC coverage We’re excited to announce our first event of the year: A conversation about diversity in Hollywood this Friday, Feb. 17 at 6:30 p.m. at the L.A. Times building downtown (community room, 145 S. Spring St). We’ll provide a bartender and the drinks –

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You’re invited! We’re hosting a mixer

AAJA Voices Mixer Where: The Escondite (Hideout), 410 Boyd St, Los Angeles, California 90013 When: Friday, February 10 at 6 PM – 8 PM   AAJA-LA is sponsoring a mixer with VOICES alumni, prospective students and local journalists. Learn more about VOICES, a multimedia journalism training fellowship for college and

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Trivia Bowl Logo 2016

Mark Your Calendars! Trivia Bowl Date Announced

Every year, we go big with our interactive, dynamic, and competitive trivia night – all to help fundraise for student scholarships while also vying for bragging rights as reigning champ! It will be a fun night full of games, trivia, auction, raffles, and lots of prizes! Join us: Thursday, October 20,

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Join us at our SoCal College Journalists Mixer

Whether you’re a current student or you recently graduated, whether you specialize in print or broadcast, let’s get to know one another. Please join us for our first college journalists mixer! This is part of AAJA-LA’s efforts to create opportunities for all college students in Southern California and foster a community. Those under 21 will

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SNAPCHAT AND BEYOND: Optimize. Create. Share.

AAJA-LA has brought back its popular food panel with a 9 a.m. brunch event at Tin Vuong’s Little Sister Downtown next Saturday, April 23. Attendees will be treated to the Vietnamese bistro’s SGV-authentic dishes, which have been described by the Los Angeles Time’s Jonathan Gold as “addictive” and “gonzo.” Yahoo’s social media editor Angela Kim (@angelaishere), style

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5th Annual V3con Tickets and Call for Panelists

Thank you for your continued support of AAJA-LA, we hope you are having a wonderful start to 2016! We’re looking forward to another exciting year of programming and events for our members and the community. Please keep an eye on your inbox for announcements of future events. We’re excited to

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AAJA-LA co-sponsors ‘Fresh Off the Boat’ Live L.A. Community Viewing: APA LGBTQ Episode “Blind Spot”

Please join AAJA-LA and dozens of other community groups for a live viewing of FRESH OFF THE BOAT’s LBGTQ-themed episode — with talkback panelists NAHNATCHKA KHAN (FOTB showrunner and executive producer), REX LEE (“Blind Spot” special guest star), D’LO (author/comedian) and ERIN O’BRIEN (artist/organizer), moderated by CURTIS CHIN (filmmaker, VINCENT

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Food, Journalism & Authenticity: Panel on Tuesday, Jan. 27

In a world where chefs are celebrities and people read about/photograph food almost as much as they eat it, food journalism is an expanding field. Come to Pine and Crane on Tuesday, Jan. 27, at 7:00 p.m. to hear chefs and journalists discuss good food and good journalism. The event,

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