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JARRAD HENDERSON, USA TODAY
Moses Black, a former Gonzales, La. police officer who was suspended and then fired after he reported a sergeant for assaulting an inmate. Black says he was punished in retaliation for blowing this whistle.
December 8, 2021

2021 Hillman Prize Winners

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The Sidney Hillman Foundation honors excellence in journalism in service of the common good.

Our awards and programs honor the legacy and vision of union pioneer and New Deal architect Sidney Hillman.

Hillman Prizes

United States

2020 Hillman Prize winners

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Canada

2020 Canadian Hillman Prize winners

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New & Notable

The Second Reporting the U.S Workpace’ program will be held at the Newmark J-school in NYC January 6-7, 2021.  The program pays all expenses including transportation, hotel and food. The program is now full. Please email us if you would like to be placed on the email list for next time.

Apply here for a labor and workplace reporting grant. Rolling deadline. 

Hillman judge Katrina vanden Heuvel on the urgent necesssity of public-interest journalism in The Washington Post