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The Debra E. Bernhardt Labor Journalism Prize is an award of $500 given to
an article that furthers the understanding of the history of working people.

The prize is given to insightful work that contributes to the understanding
of labor history, shows creativity, demonstrates excellence in writing, and
adheres to the highest journalistic standards of accuracy.  The work should
be published – in print or online – in a union or workers’ center
publication or by an independent journalist.

By sponsoring this award we hope to inspire more great writing for a
general audience about the history of work, workers, and their

We are guided by the vision of the late Debra E. Bernhardt, who worked in
so many different realms to share the hidden histories of working people.
As head of the Wagner Labor Archives she reached out to an astonishing
number of people and organizations, to document undocumented stories and
unrecognized contributions, and to make links between past and present.

The award is co-sponsored by LaborArts; Metro New York Labor Communications
Council; the NYC Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO; and the Robert F. Wagner
Labor Archives at NYU’s  Tamiment Library.


Application info at http://www.laborarts.org/Bernhardt
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