Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City
For reporting on the Trump Foundation and 2016 presidential election
“Choosing a School For My Daughter in a Segregated City”
“Dying For Help: Fixing The Nation’s Emergency Response System”
“Code of Silence”
The Sidney Hillman Foundation honors excellence in journalism in service of the common good.
Our awards and programs honor the legacy and vision of union pioneer and New Deal architect Sidney Hillman.
Call for Entries for 2018 Hillman Prizes will open November 15, 2017. Deadline January 30.
#LaborTalks, Wed March 15, 7pm, first in a new series of activist literary discussions co-sponsored with Workmen’s Circle and BISR. First, Ruth Sergel and her new book, See You in the Streets: Art, Action, and Remembering the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire. RSVP here.
Oct 6, 6:30pm @1199SEIU, SACTWU former General Secretary, Johnny Copelyn, discusses South Africa labor and politics
March 22 at the Schomburg Center, co-sponsoring a discussion on advancing justice for black women and girls. More details.
On Jan 15, Hillman co-sponsored an all-day conference with the Albert Shanker Institute and the American Prospect called “The American Labor Movement at a Crossroads: New Thinking, New Organizing, New Strategies”. See more here.
In case you missed “Stuck in Segregation” at the Schomburg Center with Farai Chideya, Ta-Nehisi Coates, Richard Rothstein and Patrick Sharkey, you can watch the livestream video here, and download a PDF of Rothstein’s “Segregation Never Really Ended: The Link Between Housing and Education” here.