The past week has seen lots of good news for former Ridenhour recipients. First there was the signing into law a bill that will provide healthcare to all those affected by the water contamination at the Marine...

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The Ridenhour Prizes Committee was delighted to learn that President Obama today signed into law a...

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Last year's Ridenhour Book Prize recipient, Wendell Potter, who won for Deadly Spin, has an editorial in the new issue of the Nation.

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The ninth annual Ridenhour Prizes luncheon was yesterday, April 25, 2012, at Washington, DC's National Press Club. 

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The Ridenhour Prizes are in the news. Prize for Truth-Telling recipient Lt. Col. Daniel Davis was interviewed on Democracy Now! on April 11. 

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  • Mar 27, 2012
  • 1:26pm

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).

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  • Mar 20, 2012
  • 9:44am

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. 

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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...

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