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2020 California Journalism Awards Print Coverage of Protests and Racial Justice-Photo Contest Winners – Dailies: 15,001 – 50,000

2020 California Journalism Awards
Print Coverage of Protests and Racial Justice-Photo Contest Winners

Dailies: 15,001 – 50,000

 

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
Dailies: 15,001 - 50,000Coverage of Protests and Racial Justice-PhotoFirst PlaceThe Press-EnterpriseRiversideConfrontationStrong visual impact, with excellent framing and technical quality. Tells a story through the emotions on subjects faces and puts the reader in the midst of the moment.Cindy Yamanaka
Dailies: 15,001 - 50,000Coverage of Protests and Racial Justice-PhotoSecond PlaceDaily PilotFountain ValleyA Fist for Racial JusticeExcellent visual impact, framing and technical quality. Captures the emotion of the protestors, even with masks on, and has great scene-setting of the broader protest underway.Don Leach
Dailies: 15,001 - 50,000Coverage of Protests and Racial Justice-PhotoThird PlaceLos Angeles Daily NewsWoodland HillsRun for coverStrong visual impact, framing and technical quality capturing a chaotic moment and the raw emotions it sparked.David Crane
Dailies: 15,001 - 50,000Coverage of Protests and Racial Justice-PhotoFourth PlaceThe Press DemocratSanta RosaStandoffPowerful image that makes the viewer want to know what happened next.Kent Porter
Dailies: 15,001 - 50,000Coverage of Protests and Racial Justice-PhotoFifth PlaceThe Fresno BeeFresnoFresno celebrates Black Lives Matter Day with street painting, chalk artNice, sharp overhead image capturing the scale of the communitywide effort, with framing giving it a sense of place.Craig Kohlruss
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