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 Penny Lernoux (APF’76), Alma Guillermoprieto (APF ’85), Guy Gugliotta (APF’85) Sam Quinones, (APF ’88), Pam Constable (APF’89) and Mac Margolis (APF ’90).
Columbia University Awarded a 2004 Maria Moors Cabot Prize to Joel Millman
Dom Phillips 1964-2022
It is with great sadness that the Foundation acknowledges the death of Dom Phillips, who was researching solutions to protect the Amazon under his Alicia Patterson fellowship.
Former APF fellow James Ridgeway (APF – 2014) died Feb. 13 in Washington, D.C.
James Ridgeway Former APF fellow James Ridgeway (APF’ 2014) died Feb. 13 in Washington, D.C. A hard-hitting reporter, he exposed the Ku Klux Klan, neo-Nazis
The Passing of Bonnie Angelo
Bonnie Angelo, a longtime judge for APF competitions and a protegé of Alicia Patterson, died this week. She was an accomplished journalist, for Time Magazine