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Four Reuters photographers win Pulitzer for images of India’s #COVID19 crisis

Adnan Abidi, Sanna Irshad Mattoo, Amit Dave and the late Danish Siddiqui were named winners of the most prestigious award in journalism. #PulitzerPrize
News agency Reuters photographers Adnan Abidi, Sanna Irshad Mattoo, Amit Dave and the late #DanishSiddiqui won the 2022 #PulitzerPrize for feature photography for their coverage of the #coronavirus crisis in India. Image
#PulitzerPrize | #DanishSiddiqui, 38, was killed while covering a clash between Afghan security forces & Taliban fighters near a border crossing between Afghanistan and Pakistan on July 16. He was covering the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan for Reuters.
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LIVE: The #Pulitzer Prizes, regarded as one of the highest honors in journalism, are being announced live at Columbia University. Follow along with Poynter as the winners and finalists are announced. @PulitzerPrizes…
The #Pulitzer for Breaking News Reporting is awarded to the @MiamiHerald staff for its urgent yet sweeping coverage of the collapse of the Champlain Towers condominium complex.
The #Pulitzer for Investigative Reporting is awarded to @CoreyGJohnson, @rwoolington and @Eli_Mur of the @TB_Times for an expose of highly toxic hazards inside Florida’s only battery recycling plant.
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Leading research: “five rules for evidence communication”

1) Inform, not persuade
2) Offer balance but not false balance
3) Disclose uncertainties
4) State evidence quality
5) Inoculate against misinformation

Practiced @washingtonweek & @JaneFerguson5
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Last night, we celebrated @edyong209’s #Pulitzer win.

I’d like to say the same thing to you as I did in my speech: for the past year+, we have all struggled to make sense of a global crisis while attempting to survive it. We will continue to cope with it all for years. (1/3) Two very happy people sitting on the floor snuggling a black
We only survive together. We need each other so incredibly much, in so many ways.

Ed estimates that the work he was honored for had him talking with more than three hundred sources(!)

I’ve been thinking about these connections, these starry webs, these “rete mirabile”
Ed’s writing is luminous, but those beautiful words grow from a beautiful foundation. The way he elicits people’s ideas, sifts them, clarifies them, finds a way to tame the incomprehensible without pretending it is simple or easy. He is generous & light-hearted, wise but humble.
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Ahmaud Arbery, a Black man, was gunned down in Feb. by white men in GA, after neighbors said they thought he was a burglar. His family says he was jogging. Now, there's video of what the men claimed was a "citizen's arrest" that some say looks like murder.…
From Nikole Hannah-Jones, whose essay from ‘The 1619 Project’ won #Pulitzer this week:
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It feels discordant to be celebrating awards right now, while we're in the middle of a terrible crisis. But the #Pulitzer Prizes are really about reflecting on the remarkable and important journalism being performed all across the country, and that's more important than ever.
I am so, so proud of all my @nytimes colleagues who were winners and finalists. The idea that I get to come to work (er, Zoom to work) every day alongside these fearless, dogged and talented journalists still boggles my mind.
And I am *beyond* excited to see @brianmrosenthal, recognized for his incredible work. Brian is one of the most talented investigative reporters working today. He is also one of the kindest and most generous colleagues.
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Ca m'arrive rarement mais incapable de vous dire de quoi le président D. #Trump parle dans ce #thread plein de colère contre les journalistes.
1. Il évoque 1 prix Noble de journalisme. J'ignore ce que c'est.
2. S'il pense au Nobel, il n'y en a pas pour le #journalisme.
2) 1h que le président #Trump soliloque sur Twitter à propos d'1 article du @nytimes sur lui ne travaillant pas, arrivant au bureau à midi, se contentant de lire les journaux. Et #Trump nie furibard, disant qu'il travaille vient de lire le…
3) Autre point curieux dans cette flopée de tweets, outre la confusion colossale probable entre prix Nobel et prix Pulitzer, le président #Trump répète qu'il n'a pas quitté la Maison Blanche depuis de nombreux mois (many months) sauf tâches officielles...
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Mi propósito para 2020 será el mismo que tuve en 2019 (ver una película al dia) peeeeero para subir la apuesta añadiré ver también toooodos los extras de las pelis que tengo en formato físico. Sí, eso incluye todas las pistas de audiocomentarios.
Tengo más de 180 largometrajes
Empiezo con #SilencioDesdeElMal y resulta que no tiene extras. Not bad, así compenso cuando me toque ver las docenas de horas de extras de la trilogia de El señor de los anillos. La revisión me da que pensar lo que le gusta a James Wan las viejas chungas y moñecos creepys
Contiene cortos animados con anécdotas de los creadores, un video de Buzz en la @NASA_es y el globo de Buzz en el desfile de acción de gracias de New York. Bravo por la originalidad de contenidos. Revisionar #ToyStory por enésima vez es gloria
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1 to 20. Assange a true HERO. The Siege & Injustice with Julian Assange 🤨👇🏼…
21. Assange a true HERO. The Siege & Injustice with Julian Assange 🤨👇🏼…
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The Miami Herald’s investigative series Dirty Gold, Clean Cash was named a #Pulitzer finalist for Explanatory Reporting. This series explained how Miami’s gold trade fuels gangs, guns and profits in Latin America. A thread of our work from #DirtyGold:
American consumers flaunt gold on their wrists and fingers but have no idea where it comes from — or who gets hurt. #DirtyGold
Illegal mining in Colombia generates about $2.4 billion a year in illicit cash — three times more than its notorious cocaine industry. #DirtyGold
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1/ Today The #Pulitzer Prize Board announced that three of @hannahdreier’s articles from her series on MS-13 have won the 2019 Pulitzer Prize for feature writing.

Here’s a look at the stories that are being honored and how they came to be:
2/ After Trump seized on MS-13’s violence to promote tougher immigration policies, @hannahdreier realized that anti-immigrant rhetoric and police bias were undermining efforts to combat a brutal gang that preyed on Latino teenagers.
3/Her first piece (published w/ @NYMag) told the story of Henry, a high school #MS13 member who worked with law enforcement for about a year thinking they’d help him escape and start a new life.

Instead, they turned him over to immigration authorities.
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