Who Won the 2022 Pulitzer Prizes – Il Post

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The i Pulitzer Prizes of 2022, the famous American awards famous above all for journalism but which also concern music and literature. The Pulitzer Prize was established by journalist Joseph Pulitzer in 1917 and today the awarding of the prizes is handled by Columbia University in New York. The award-winning categories they mainly concern journalism, but there are also 7 for other areas such as literature, music and theater.

Public Service – Journalism for the public good
To the Washington Post the so-called gold medal, symbol of the Pulitzer Prizes, went.The main Washington newspaper was awarded for its coverage of the attack on the US Congress on January 6, 2021, carried out by supporters of the then President Donald Trump.

Breaking News Reporting – Breaking news journalism
To the drafting of Miami Herald for their coverage of the collapse of a residential building in Surfsidenorth of Miami Beach, Florida.

Investigative Reporting – Investigative reporting
To Corey G. Johnson, Rebecca Woolington and Eli Murray del Tampa Bay Times for “Poisoned”a series of articles on the environmental and health damage caused by Florida’s only automobile battery recycling center.

Explanatory Reporting – Journalism that explains things
To the editorial staff of the news site How muchand in particular to journalist Natalie Wolchover, for having explained in a detailed but accessible way the making and functioning of the James Webb Space Telescope.

Local Reporting – Local Chronicle
To Madison Hopkins of the NGO Better Government Association and Cecilia Reyes del Chicago Tribune for an investigation into poor compliance with fire regulations in various Chicago housing estates.

National Reporting – National Chronicle
To the drafting of New York Times for a detailed investigation on the controversial practices used by the police during roadside checks, which according to the New York Times have led to the killing of around 400 unarmed people over the past five years.

International Reporting – International Chronicle
To the New York Timesfor an article in two parts signed by the journalist Azmat Khan on the mistakes and cover-ups made by the US military regarding its aerial bombardments in Iraq.

Feature Writing – Stories and insights
To Jennifer Senior, journalist ofAtlanticfor an article published on the occasion of the twentieth anniversary of the terrorist attack on the Twin Towers in New York, in which it tells the mourning and the searches of the relatives of a boy who died during the attack.

Commentary – Opinions
To Melinda Henneberger del Kansas City Star for a series of articles on the victims of a local cop accused of being a serial rapist.

Criticism – Criticism
A Salamishah Tillet del New York Timesfor several articles on the pop culture of the African American community.

Editorial Writing – Editorials
Lisa Falkenberg, Michael Lindenberger, Joe Holley and Luis Carrasco of the Houston Chronicle for a series of articles who accuse Republicans of restricting voting rights in Texas.

Editorial Cartoons – Drawings and cartoons
To Fahmida Azim, Anthony Del Col, Josh Adams and Walt Hickey’s Insiderfor having cured the comic story of a girl who survived a re-education camp for Uyghurs run by the Chinese government.

Breaking News Photography – Breaking news photography
To Marcus Yam del Los Angeles Times for his coverage of the US retreat from Afghanistan, and to Win McNamee, Drew Angerer, Spencer Platt, Samuel Corum and Jon Cherry of the photo agency Getty Images for photographs taken during the attack on the US Congress on January 6, 2021.

Feature Photography – Photographic services
Adnan Abidi, Sanna Irshad Mattoo, Amid Dave and Danish Saddiqui from the agency Reuters for coverage of the coronavirus pandemic in India.

Audio Reporting – Audio Journalism
A Futuro Media and PRX for Suavea podcast about a man who gets out of jail after spending thirty years in a Pennsylvania jail.


General Non-Fiction – Non-fiction
“Invisible Child” by Andrea Elliott, journalist of the New York Times: is about the life of an African American teenage girl living homeless in New York.

“The Netanyahus”, novel by Joshua Cohen, is inspired by the visit that the father of former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Benzion Netanyahu, made to the United States in the 1950s to talk about Jewish identity, academic career and much more. Cohen’s book we had already spoken very well for some time.

History – History
“Cuba: An American History” by the historian Ada Ferrer.

Biography or Autobiography – Biographies and autobiographies
“Chasing Me to My Grave”, an autobiography of the artist Winfred Rembert put together by the philosopher Erin I. Kelly.

Poetry – Poetry
“Franks: sonnets”, a collection by the American poet Diane Seuss.

Music – Music
The composition Voiceless Mass by chamber musician Raven Chacon.

Drama – Theater
“Fat Ham”, play by James Ijames.

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Who Won the 2022 Pulitzer Prizes – Il Post

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