Joel Millman

Columbia University Awarded a 2004 Maria Moors Cabot Prize to Joel Millman 

Columbia University awarded a 2004 Maria Moors Cabot Prize to Joel Millman for outstanding reporting on Latin America. Joel is the Wall Street Journal’s U.S.-Mexico border bureau chief. Joel is the seventh Alicia Patterson fellow to win the prize, which is the oldest international award in journalism. The others are

Kay Mills

Kay Mills’ Book was Published by the University Press of Mississippi

Kay Mills’ book about the landmark communications law case that forced broadcasters to hire more minorities and cover their entire community was published by the University Press of Mississippi. Its title is, “Changing Channels: The Civil Rights Case That Transformed Television.” The Freedom Forum hosted a book party for Kay

Nina Bernstein

Nina Bernstein Presented Award Based on Patterson Research

Investigative Reporters and Editors presented an award this May to the book on foster care that NINA BERNSTEIN wrote based on her Patterson research, “The lost Children of Wilder:The Epic Struggle to Change Foster Care.”(Pantheon/Vintage Books)

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