Today’s organization: South Asian Journalists Association (SAJA)
About the organization:
SAJA serves as a networking and resource forum for journalists of South Asian origin and journalists interested in South Asia or the South Asian Diaspora. Its mission includes acting as a resource to facilitate and promote thorough, accurate coverage of South Asia and the South Asian diaspora, including South Asians in North America. This includes coverage of media freedom and censorship issues affecting South Asian communities.
Number of members: Under 1,000
To join, you must:
Be a journalist or student in North America. Associate memberships are available for North American non-journalists as well as non-North American journalists.
Members-only events (10 North American chapters)
Discounts on SAJA awards
Listing in the freelance directory
And for that, you’ll pay:
Professional – $20
Student – $10
Associate – $40
We’ve compiled as many professional organizations as we can find in all the disciplines that mediabistro visitors work in, and will be featuring one a day til we run out. We’re going in alphabetical order so nobody feels slighted, but if we skipped your favorite group by mistake, please let us know.