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Awards & Press

Gavin Godfrey and Aboubacar Kante's "A water boy's hustle," a community-powered collaboration between EHRP and Canopy Atlanta, won an Atlanta Press Club Award for Narrative Nonfiction this month. Entries were …

Monica Prelle's "Ski communities are 'getting crunched on all sides'", a story we proudly co-published with Adventure Journal last year, won a second-place prize in the Outdoor Writers Association of …

EHRP executive director Alissa Quart was recently interviewed on "To The Best Of Our Knowledge," a nationally syndicated, Peabody award-winning radio program that dives deep into the biggest ideas of …

The Economic Hardship Reporting Project was named the Best Non-Traditional News Source of the year at New York University's first annual American Journalism Online Awards.

Amal Ahmed's "Bringing the Dead Home," a Texas Observer story we supported last year, won a First Amendment Award from the Fort Worth chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists, …

Two EHRP-supported projects were named finalists in the 2021 Deadline Club Awards journalism competition: Austyn Gaffney’s piece in The Guardian and Southerly, "'They Deserve To Be Heard': Sick and Dying …

WNYC's morning radio news program, The Takeaway, recently interviewed Katherine Goldstein about her EHRP-supported story on the pandemic's toll on working mothers. Listen to the full interview below.

UNLADYLIKE2020, an EHRP-supported series which tell the stories of 26 trailblazing heroines from the turn of the 20th century, has been nominated for an NAACP Image Award in the Outstanding Short …

Should a full-time job in America guarantee a living wage? For NBCLX, Cody Broadway explores how the system is working against essential workers, featuring an interview with EHRP's own Alissa …

"The Wait at Matamoros," an EHRP-supported documentary about the plight of asylum-seekers, won a Regional Emmy Award from the Lone Star Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, …

From the very first words and images that appear on-screen in the documentary “Lights of Baltimore,” you know you are in the hands of a skilled filmmaker with some poetry …

During the April primary when that first COVID-19 wave hit Wisconsin, some voters felt they risked their lives to cast a ballot. Researchers from the Brennan Center for Justice estimate …

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