Awards & Press

EHRP is pleased to announce that it has hired two development consultants from Bash Advisory, Sara Elghobashy and Matilda Johnson. Welcome, Sara and Matilda!

EHRP is honored to announce that its senior editor Deborah Jian Lee won the prestigious EGF Accelerator’s Eddie Prize from the Education Writers Association for “Persecution in the Name of the Lord,” which was co-published by EHRP and Esquire in August 2023.

EHRP is excited to announce that its housing series co-published with VPM News in 2023 was named a finalist for an Ñ Award from the National Association of Hispanic Journalists. The series chronicled the struggles of residents of a mobile

In May 2024, EHRP senior editor Deborah Jian Lee’s EHRP/Esquire 5500-word feature, “Persecution in the Name of the Lord,” received an Honorable Mention at the Asian American Journalists Association Awards. Lee's piece was honored in the Excellence in Written Reporting, News

EHRP is thrilled to announce that our contributor Mark Robinson has been nominated for a local Emmy for his two-part feature, co-published with Keyris Manzanares in Virginia Public Media, covering the mobile home residents who are pushing back against the

On May 11, 2024, EHRP executive director Alissa Quart appeared on the New Books Network's Politics & Polemics podcast, hosted by Tom Discenna, to discuss her most recent book Bootstrapped: Liberating Ourselves from the American Dream. Listen to the full interview

We are thrilled to share the wonderful news that Puffin/EHRP Fellow Molly Crabapple has just won a New York Press Club Journalism Award in the consumer reporting category.  Molly's illustrated cover article accompanied the EHRP/The Nation article, “The Revolution Against

EHRP-supported documentary The Post Roe Baby Boom: Inside Mississippi’s Maternal Health Crisis won a Peabody Award in the public service category. Produced in partnership with USA Today and The Tennessean, Mona Iskander and Yasmeen Qureshi follow Mississippi women’s forced pregnancies and

Quart appeared on Scripps News to discuss America’s disappearing middle class, EHRP, her book, Squeezed, and the reasons why people must stop blaming themselves for systemic flaws that trap us in poverty.

On April 21, 2024, Nieman Lab included “Good Recipes for Tough Times” in their What We’re Reading roundup — a collaboration between EHRP, Mark Bittman, and Mother Jones to reimagine the modern recipe with economic hardship and food justice in mind.

“Persecution in the Name of the Lord,” an EHRP/Esquire piece by our senior editor, Deborah Jian Lee, was named a finalist in the Religious News Association's Excellence in Religion Reporting Awards competition. The RNA Awards have honored excellent religion journalism since

Robin Kaiser-Schatzlein’s report for EHRP and Mother Jones, “Is This the End of Prison Phone Fees?” is a finalist for a Deadline Club Award for Best Magazine Feature. The finalists were selected from more than 550 entries to the Deadline Club’s 2024

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