Join 600 media luminaries to celebrate a single powerful idea: Quality journalism makes a difference in the lives of people everywhere.
Don't miss our Awards Dinner on Nov. 10, when we will honor the achievements of four colleagues whose outstanding coverage has made a huge impact. Univision anchor Jorge Ramos, known as the Walter Cronkite of Hispanic news media, will receive the ICFJ Founders Award for covering key issues to the Latino community. Lynsey Addario's searing images of people in conflict zones made her a great choice for our Excellence in International Reporting Award.
Our two international winners are also standouts. Yoani Sánchez risked it all to bring news about Cuba to the rest of the world. And Priyanka Dubey did stellar work exposing atrocities of rape against women, child trafficking and forced labor. We promise that this will be a night to remember. Please join us—and 600 media luminaries and ICFJ supporters—to celebrate the power of quality journalism.
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Wolf Blitzer, lead political anchor, CNN
Jorge Ramos, anchor, Univision News and Fusion
Lynsey Addario, photojournalist
Rob Rehg, regional president, Washington, DC, Edelman