2022 AMEJA AWARDS FINALISTS


AMEJA ANNOUNCES THE 2022 AWARDS FINALISTS


The Arab and Middle Eastern Journalists Association has announced the finalists to be recognized during AMEJA's first 2022 Excellence in Reporting Awards. 
The inaugural AMEJA Awards will be held in New York City on Nov. 3, 2022 at 5:30 P.M. ET. AMEJA is co-hosting this event with New York University’s Hagop Kevorkian Center for Near Eastern Studies.

At this ceremony, AMEJA will be honoring some of the finest work in journalism by and about Middle Eastern and North African communities. The ceremony will be preceded by a panel discussion: “Reporting on the Middle East: Challenges and Opportunities” featuring Ayman Mohyeldin, MSNBC Host of AYMAN; Mohamad Bazzi, NYU Journalism Professor and director of the Hagop Kevorkian Center; Washington Post Columnist and #544Days Podcast Host Jason Rezaian; and New York Times Reporter Karen Zraick.

The ceremony and the panel discussion will be available through a livestream. The details will be shared on AMEJA’s social media on November 1st.

Here are the 2022 AMEJA Award finalists:

Best coverage of the Middle East North Africa (MENA) region

Saving the sounds of an ancient city

Washington Post staff - The Washington Post


Exodus

Zahra Hankir - Guernica Magazine


How Shireen Abu Akleh was killed

Sarah Cahlan, Meg Kelly and Steve Hendrix - The Washington Post


Buying lies: Unsafe chemicals in baby bottles in Egypt

Rahmah Dia’a - Arab Reporters for Investigative Journalism (ARIJ)



Best coverage of Arab and Middle Eastern heritage communities in North America

Across Illinois, Arab Americans were dying from COVID-19, but the government wasn't counting. Some say that cost lives

Samah Assad, Dorothy Tucker, and Chris Hacker - WBBM-TV/CBS Chicago


The shooter’s wife: Noor Salman, wife of the Pulse nightclub gunman, is ready to speak

Rhana Natour - VICE News


What Rashida Tlaib represents

Rozina Ali - The New York Times Magazine



Walid El-Gabry Memorial Award
Recognizing outstanding work of an AMEJA member, this award was selected  by AMEJA members. El-Gabry was one of the founders of the organization.

The problem is men: Muslim women speak out against abuse in the US  

Zainab Iqbal - Middle East Eye


The forgotten Arabs of Iran 

Arab News staff - Arab News


Sa'alouni El Nas

Danny Hajjar - Freelance


Journey to Guant√°namo: A week in America’s notorious penal colony

Moustafa Bayoumi - The Nation


For more information or media inquiries please contact AMEJA Board Member Linah Mohammad at linah@ameja.org.


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