Sidney Hillman Foundation Announces 2014 Hillman Prizes for Excellence in
Reporting in Service of the Common Good.
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The Sidney Hillman Foundation Announces 2014 Hillman Prizes
for Excellence in Reporting in Service of the Common Good
Is Tuesday May 6 in New York City
NEW YORK - The Sidney
Hillman Foundation announced today the winners of the 2014 Hillman Prizes
in Journalism, given to journalists whose work identifies important
social and economic issues and helps bring about change for the better.
This year, the Hillman
Foundation recognized stories about for-profit prisons, the
sometimes-deadly and largely unregulated U.S. daycare system, the
medicine and politics of marijuana, and ocean acidification, the
"lesser-known twin" of climate change. The Foundation also
honored a pioneering progressive blogger and a book that redefines our
understanding of the New Deal.
In addition to the
Hillman Prizes, the Foundation is announcing the winner of the Sol Stetin
Award for Labor History. The Stetin Award goes to an exemplary labor
history scholar each year.
This year's Hillman
Prize and Stetin winners are:
Norton & Co.
Prisons: Profit, Politics, Pain"
The Palm Beach
of American Daycare"
Gupta, Bud Bultman, Roni Selig, Melissa Dunst Lipman, Carl Graf,
Sanjay Gupta Reports"
& Steve Ringman
Change: The Pacific's Perilous Turn"
Times and the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting
and Analysis Journalism
Stetin Award for Labor History
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Hillman Foundation honors excellence in journalism in service of the
common good. Judges are Rose Arce, Ta-Nehisi Coates, Hendrik Hertzberg,
Katrina vanden Heuvel and Harold Meyerson.
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