In the wake of the recent Atlanta shootings, stations across America have begun to reexamine how they cover Asian American and Pacific Islander-centric stories. Niala Boodhoo, host, Axios Today and past Asian American Journalist Association (AAJA) vice president and board member, details the history of AAPI hate crimes in America and discusses steps stations can take to accurately, fairly and safely cover these stories. Niala also talks about building bridges within the AAPI community and highlights several Asian reporters doing stalwart work in the field today.
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