Two Pulitzer Prizes were awarded on Monday for coverage that focused on corporations.
The investigative reporting Pulitzer was awarded to Corey G. Johnson, Rebecca Woolington and Eli Murray of the Tampa Bay Moments for a “compelling exposé of hugely toxic hazards within Florida’s only battery recycling plant that compelled the implementation of security actions to adequately secure employees and nearby inhabitants.”
The local reporting Pulitzer was awarded to Madison Hopkins of the Superior Government Association and Cecilia Reyes of the Chicago Tribune for a piercing examination of the city’s long background of unsuccessful setting up- and hearth-safety code enforcement, which permit scofflaw landlords commit really serious violations that resulted in dozens of needless deaths.
The Los Angeles Instances was a finalist in breaking information protection for “deeply sourced and specific reporting about a lethal capturing on the established of the movie ‘Rust’ that moved over and above the day’s events to a larger thing to consider of labor and protection worries in the movie sector.”
Jeffrey Meitrodt and Nicole Norfleet of the Minneapolis Star-Tribune were being finalists in the investigative reporting group for “comprehensive and tenacious reporting that exposed how monetary services firms procured settlements from vulnerable accident victims across the place, convincing them to give up hundreds of thousands of bucks, frequently with judges’ acceptance.”
The Wall Road Journal was a finalist in the explanatory reporting class for “stories that vividly reconstructed the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre and illuminated its enduring effects, describing how the destruction of Black prosperity and house burdened upcoming generations.”
All of the winners and the finalists can be discovered below.