2015 Winners
2015 Winners

Winners of the 2015 Media for a Just Society Awards 

NCCD is pleased to announce the winners of this year’s Media for a Just Society Awards. This year, more than 150 entries from over 70 different outlets competed for recognition in the categories of book, film, print/online journalism—longform, print/online journalism—shortform, radio, TV/video, and youth media. The 2015 winners were chosen by an accomplished panel of judges, which includes eminent professionals from the fields of journalism, film, television, social justice, and philanthropy. 

The winners are:
  

BOOK

Burning Down the House: The End of Juvenile Prison
The New Press
Nell Bernstein

 

FILM

Imperial Dreams
Super Crispy Entertainment
Malik Vitthal

 

PRINT/ONLINE JOURNALISM—LONGFORM

“The Case for Reparations”
The Atlantic

Ta-Nehisi Coates

 

PRINT/ONLINE JOURNALISM—SHORTFORM

“Miami Gardens Police Records Reveal Broad Policy of Stopping and Questioning Citizens
Fusion

Alice Brennan and Dan Lieberman
  
 

 RADIO

Guilty and Charged
All Things Considered

National Public Radio
Joseph Shapiro 

 

TV/VIDEO

Last Chance High
Episodes 1–3
VICE News
Brent and Craig Renaud


YOUTH MEDIA

“My Looking-Glass Self”
Represent Magazine, Youth Communication

Marlo Scott