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2020 Dart Award Finalists

This year's Dart Awards went to The Plain Dealer for "Case Closed" and to The New York Times Magazine for "How Does the Human Soul Survive Atrocity?"; Honorable mentions went to NPR, Chicago Tribune / ProPublica Illinois, and The Missoulian.

The following seven pieces were finalists: AP "In Opioids Wake"; Frontline, "The Last Survivors"; Mother Jones, "When Your Rape Doesn't Count"; New York Times, "Inside Syria's Secret Torture Prisons"; NPR, "Life After ISIS, The Struggle and Survival of Yazidis"; Reveal, "Five Years on Nauru"; STAT, "Their baby died during his nap. Then medical bureaucrats deepened the parents' anguish."

2020 Dart Award Finalists Announced

"In this moment of global crisis, the 2020 Dart Award finalists exemplify the unique power of journalism to illuminate the impact of traumatic events," said Dart Center Executive Director Bruce Shapiro. "All of this year’s finalists  ranging from a small-city paper in Montana to the largest international news organizations  chronicle the most difficult human experiences with exceptional depth and integrity."

Covering Coronavirus: Resources for Journalists

English and Chinese-language resources for journalists covering the coronavirus epidemic, including tips on covering disease, interviewing victims and survivors, and working with colleagues exposed to traumatic events.