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The Hillman Prize Previous Honorees

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Year Category Honoreesort icon Title Publisher/Airer Winner's Page
1993 Broadcast Ofra Bikel Innocence Lost: The Verdict, FRONTLINE, WGBH-TV Go
2003 Broadcast Ofra Bikel An Ordinary Crime PBS Frontline Go
1974 Book Noel Mostert Supership
1981 Broadcast Nina Totenberg, producer All Things Considered: Voting Rights Act National Public Radio
2009 Newspaper Nina Bernstein "Deaths in Immigrant Detention" The New York Times Go
2010 Book Nick Reding Methland Bloomsbury Go
1991 Book Nicholas Lemann The Promised Land
1995 Book Nelson Lichtenstein The Most Dangerous Man in Detroit - Walter Reuther and the Fate of American Labor (Distinguished Honorable Mention) Go
1988 Book Neil Sheehan A Bright Shining Lie
1971 Newspaper Neil Sheehan The Pentagon Papers The New York Times
1988 Broadcast National Public Radio, News & Information Division In recognition of far-reaching and creative news coverage, "All Things Considered," "Morning Edition" and "Weekend Edition"
1992 Newspaper Nancy Stancill for the series Slaves to the Sale Houston Chronicle
2004 Newspaper Nancy Cleeland, Abigail Goldman, Evelyn Iritani and Tyler Marshall The Wal-Mart Effect Los Angeles Times Go
2011 Broadcast Najibullah Quraishi and Jamie Doran The Dancing Boys of Afghanistan Clover Films/ FRONTLINE, WGBH Go
2006 Book N/A Award withheld
1955 Newspaper Murray Marder articles on the government security program Washington Post
1950 Newspaper Murray Kempton articles on labor in the South New York Post
1971 Book Morton Mintz & Jerry S. Cohen America Inc.
2011 Photography Mona Reeder A Surgery Gone Wrong Dallas Morning News Go
1963 Broadcast Millard Lampell "No Hiding Place," on the East Side/West Side series CBS-TV
2007 Photography Mike Stocker and Joe Amon Aids Orphans South Florida Sun-Sentinel
1962 Book Michael Harrington The Other America
1979 Magazine Michael H. Brown Love Canal and the Poisoning of America The Atlantic Monthly
1978 Newspaper Michael Flannery & Bruce Ingersoll for a series on the working wounded Chicago Sun Times
2002 Photography Mia Song Poisoned Children: The Legacy of Lead The Star-Ledger