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Pulitzer Prizes 2021: The Full List Of Winners

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Pulitzer Prizes 2021: The Full List Of Winners

Abigail Freeman Forbes Staff
Hollywood & Entertainment
I'm an assistant editor at Forbes covering media and entertainment.

The 2021 Pulitzer Prizes, journalism’s highest honor, were announced Friday after a historic year shaped by a nationwide racial justice reckoning, a polarizing presidential election and a devastating global pandemic.

One big contender for a Pulitzer this year was The New York Times’ investigation of the income tax information former President Donald Trump kept from the public called “The President’s Taxes,” written by Scripps Howard Award and the George Polk Award winners Russ Buettner, Susanne Craig and Mike McIntire. The (Minneapolis) Star Tribune’s story “The Killing of George Floyd” was also speculated to win, as Scripps called the piece “a local news story that quickly became the global epicenter of America’s long struggle with racial inequality and injustice,” according to Poynter.

The Pulitzer Prize Board postponed the awards, originally slated for April 19, for the second consecutive year so that its 18 members could deliberate in person, rather than remotely. The annual awards luncheon, usually held at Columbia University, is also delayed until the fall.

Stay tuned for the full list of 2021’s winning storytellers in journalism, books, poetry and more below as they are announced:


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Fri Jun 11, 2021, 02:47 PM

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Darnella Frazier
For her recording of the killing of George Floyd, which spurred a global reckoning with police brutality.

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