Washington, D.C. — On International Women’s Day, Radio Free Asia (RFA) President Bay Fang celebrates the impactful contributions of RFA’s women journalists while underscoring ways to support those currently working and future generations in the field. In a piece published on LinkedIn, “Don’t Just Celebrate Women Journalists, Support Them,”
Fang writes, “As RFA celebrates the 25th anniversary of its first broadcast this year, I look back with pride on the work we’ve done to amplify women’s voices, in front of the camera and behind it, and think ahead to what more we can do … to achieve greater equity in our field for years to come.”
Radio Free Asia is a private, nonprofit corporation broadcasting and publishing online news, information, and commentary in 9 East Asian languages to listeners who do not have access to full and free news media. RFA’s broadcasts seek to promote the rights of freedom of opinion and expression, including the freedom to “seek, receive, and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers.” RFA is funded by an annual grant from USAGM.
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