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2020 California Journalism Awards Print Coverage of Protests and Racial Justice-News or Feature Stories Contest Winners – Weeklies: 11,001 – 25,000

2020 California Journalism Awards
Print Coverage of Protests and Racial Justice-News or Feature Stories Contest Winners

Weeklies: 11,001 – 25,000

 

First-place and second-place plaques will be shipped directly to the winning publications in the coming weeks.

Personalized certificates will also be mailed to winners in each category.

A complete list of all California Journalism Award winners will be provided on May 18th.

 

Circ Group(s)Category NameAwardOrganizationCityEntry TitleCommentsCredits
Weeklies: 11,001 - 25,000Coverage of Protests and Racial Justice-News or Feature StoriesFirst PlaceBohemianHealdsburgSonoma County 2020 protest coverageStrong inside reporting in a situation requiring first-person accounts.Chelsea Kurnick, Will Carruthers
Weeklies: 11,001 - 25,000Coverage of Protests and Racial Justice-News or Feature StoriesSecond PlaceLamorinda WeeklyMoragaResidents gather for peaceful protests during pandemicCovered a wide territory with multiple components.
Weeklies: 11,001 - 25,000Coverage of Protests and Racial Justice-News or Feature StoriesThird PlaceComstock's MagazineSacramentoFighting for Fairness: Black business owners are trying to survive amid the pandemic and racial and economic injusticeGood job putting a face on the issue.Russell Nichols
Weeklies: 11,001 - 25,000Coverage of Protests and Racial Justice-News or Feature StoriesFourth PlaceSan Francisco Bay ViewThe messy truth: Extortion, bargaining, and how we must oppose the new SFPOA contractIn-depth reporting.Jeremy Miller
Weeklies: 11,001 - 25,000Coverage of Protests and Racial Justice-News or Feature StoriesFifth PlaceThe Malibu TimesMalibuMalibu sports community reacts to murder of George FloydUnflinching look at a privileged white community's response.McKenzie Jackson
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