Pulitzer Prize Winner

June 1969
Ebony;Jun1969, Vol. 24 Issue 8, p147
The article reports that the periodical's staff photographer Moneta Sleet Jr. has been awarded a Pulitzer Prize by Columbia University in New York City for his photograph capturing the wife and daughter of African American human rights activist Martin Luther King, Jr. at his funeral.


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