2001

Ellen E. Schultz of the Wall Street Journal for stories exposing   a “ Los Angeles Times and The Nation , revealing how the U.S. government, spurred by over-excited coverage in The New York Times, prosecuted a spy case that unraveled to expose a foundation in racial profiling and antiquated Cold War scenarios.

Juan Gonzalez, whose New York Daily News columns range across American society, weighing national and local events with an eye consistently trained on the perspectives of minorities and working people.

Social Justice Graphics: Steve Brodner, whose cartoons, satirical illustrations and “art journalism” bitingly portray the foibles of the powerful and vividly highlight the voices of ordinary people confronting significant social issues.

Steve Brodner, whose cartoons, satirical illustrations and “art journalism” bitingly portray the foibles of the powerful and vividly highlight the voices of ordinary people confronting significant social issues.