Nieman Foundation Announces I.F. Stone Award Honoring Journalistic Independence

March 2008
Nieman Reports;Spring2008, Vol. 62 Issue 1, p104
This article reports on the establishment of the I. F. Stone Medal by the Niemen Foundation for Journalism at Harvard University. The award recognizes journalistic independence and honors the life of investigative journalist I. F. Stone. It will be presented annually to a journalist whose work captures the spirit of independence, integrity, courage and indefatigability that characterized "I. F. Stone's Weekly," published from 1953-1971. The I. F. Stone Medal bears a likeness of an issue of "I. F. Stone's Weekly."


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