Nominate someone for the 2015 Puffin/Nation Prize for Creative Citizenship.
The former Ridenhour Prize winner writes how a post-terror generation is standing up for the right to privacy.
Anand Gopal, Aicha Elbasri, James Risen, and Laura Poitras were the 2015 recipients of the twelfth annual Ridenhour Prizes.
Elbasri will be honored for exposing the failure of the UN's peacekeeping mission in Darfur.
Gopal will be honored for his book, No Good Men Among the Living: America, the Taliban, and the war through Afghan Eyes.
Risen will be honored for his years of fearless reporting and his selfless defense of the First Amendment.
The film, directed by Laura Poitras, captures a seminal moment in American history as Edward Snowden hands over documents exposing the scope of the NSA's surveillance state.