2018 Dart Awards, in Pictures

Columbia Journalism school student Ali Anisi Tehrani speaks during the Dart Awards World Press Freedom Day Commemoration.

Chris Duggan, Vice President of Dart Enterprises and Director of the Kenneth B. Dart Foundation, welcomes all to the 2018 Dart Awards.

Neil Barsky, Azmat Khan, John Woodrow Cox, Lizzie Presser and Bruce Shapiro during the 2018 Dart Awards panel, which explored innovative best practices in hard-hitting, humane reporting on violence and tragedy.

Lizzie Presser, a contributing writer to California Sunday Magazine, speaks about her project Losing Gloria, as John Woodrow Cox and Bruce Shapiro look on.

Audience members look on during the Dart Awards roundtable discussion. This year's Dart Awards went to The Marshall Project for "We Are Witnesses" and to The Washington Post for its series on gun violence seen through the eyes of children.

John Woodrow Cox, a Washington Post Enterprise Reporter, speaks about some of the strategies for interviewing children he learned while reporting his series on gun violence seen through the eyes of children.

Audience members look on as panelists field their questions during the winners' roundtable discussion.

Panelists pose for a group portrait following the 2018 Dart Awards winners' roundtable. From L to R: Neil Barsky, Founder, The Marshall Project; Azmat Khan, Investigative Reporter; John Woodrow Cox, Enterprise Reporter, Washington Post; Lizzie Presser, Contributing Writer, The California Sunday Magazine; and moderator Bruce Shapiro, Executive Director, Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma.

For full video coverage of the event, click here.

And to learn more about the Dart Award winners and honorable mentions, click here.