April Saul

April Saul joined the staff of The Philadelphia Inquirer in 1981.  Over the last thirty years, she has won numerous honors for photography, writing, and community service, including the Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award and the World Press Photo Budapest Award for Humanistic Photography.

A single mother of two, Saul was a Pulitzer finalist twice for Feature Photography and won the Pulitzer for Explanatory Journalism in 1997 for her work on a series about dying with dignity.  More recently, she has dedicated much of her time to putting a human face on violence in the Philadelphia area; and in 2006, wrote and photographed a column for each child killed by guns.

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