Last year's Ridenhour Book Prize recipient, Wendell Potter, who won for Deadly Spin, has an editorial in the new issue of the Nation.
The ninth annual Ridenhour Prizes luncheon was yesterday, April 25, 2012, at Washington, DC's National Press Club.
The Ridenhour Prizes are in the news. Prize for Truth-Telling recipient Lt. Col. Daniel Davis was interviewed on Democracy Now! on April 11.
The Nation Institute and the Fertel Foundation are pleased to announce this year's winners: Rep. John Lewis (Courage Prize), Ali H. Soufan for The Black Banners (Book Prize), Semper Fi: Always Faithful (Documentary Film Prize), and Eileen Foster and Lt. Col. Daniel Davis (Prize for Truth-Telling).
The Robert Masur Fellowship applications, open to law students for their summer internship between their first and second years, are due this Friday, March 23.
It was with great sadness that the Ridenhour family learned of the death of New York Times reporter Anthony Shadid last night. He died on a reporting trip in Syria, apparently of an asthma attack. His colleague, the photographer Tyler Hicks, carried his body across the border to...