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The Indianapolis Recorder won 18 awards at the Society of Professional Journalism Best in Indiana Journalism Awards.

The record number of awards is especially gratifying as the Recorder persevered through a global pandemic that challenged many media outlets and caused staff reductions or closures. Our coverage of the coronavirus pandemic and social justice protests continues the Recorder’s legacy of advocating for the Black community.

Breaking news reporting (Publication circulation below 30,000)
Tyler Fenwick
‘We’re just trying to get answers’: Fatal IMPD shooting captured on Facebook Live
1st place

Breaking news reporting (Publication circulation below 30,000)
Tyler Fenwick
They couldn’t fix his face’: Dreasjon Reed’s mother, attorneys give update
2nd place

Breaking news reporting (Publication circulation below 30,000)
Tyler Fenwick
The birth of a protest
3rd place

Criminal Justice Reporting (Publication circulation below 30,000)
Tyler Fenwick
Police have a legitimacy problem to address first
1st place

Coverage of Social Justice Issues (Publication circulation below 30,000)Tyler Fenwick
‘Police Huggers’ put movement in a tough spot
2nd place

Coverage of Minority, Diversity and Inclusion Issues (Publication circulation below 30,000)Breanna Cooper
History in the baking: Indianapolis pastry chef defies odds
3rd place

Coverage of Children’s Issues (Publication circulation below 30,000)
Tyler Fenwick
‘They have nowhere to go’: When young people face homelessness
1st place

Features Writing (Magazines and non-daily newspapers)
Tyler Fenwick, Breanna Cooper, Oseye Boyd
‘We’ve been gentrified’
3rd place

Editorial writing (All publications and digital media)
Oseye Boyd
A word about white privilege
1st place

Editorial writing (All publications and digital media)
Oseye Boyd
The integration myth
2nd place

Sports Photography (Publication circulation below 30,000)
David Dixon
‘Cats sectional win
3rd place

Newspaper Page One Design (All newspapers)
Jeana Ouattara
Front page design
1st place

Design Other Than Cover (All print media)
Jeana Ouattara
What you need to know: Coronavirus
3rd place

Graphics and Illustrations (Publication circulation below 30,000)
John Hurst
Bryant left deep legacy in LA sports, basketball world
1st place

Best Online Multimedia
Staff
COVID-19: virtual town hall
3rd place

Documentary or Special (Indianapolis market)
WFYI & The Indianapolis Recorder Staff
Where Do We Go From Here? A Community Conversation
2nd place
WFYI & The Indianapolis Recorder

Coverage of Minority, Diversity and Inclusion Issues (Circulation 30,000+, news services, digital)
Hilary Powell
Pandemic’s Impact on the Indianapolis Community
1st place
WFYI & The Indianapolis Recorder

Coverage of Minority, Diversity and Inclusion Issues (Circulation 30,000+, news services, digital)
Hilary Powell
Investigating Health Equity in Indiana
3rd place
WFYI & The Indianapolis Recorder

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