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Tarana Burke To Accept The LA Press Club’s 2019 Impact Award

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The Los Angeles Press Club is proud to announce that Tarana Burke, the founder of The ‘me too.’ Movement, will accept the Club’s Impact Award. The ceremony will take place at the National Arts & Entertainment Journalism Awards Gala on December 1st at the Biltmore Hotel, downtown Los Angeles. Tarana has been on the forefront… Read more »

Creators of “Surviving R. Kelly” to Receive the LA Press Club’s President’s Award

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The creative team behind the Lifetime Network documentary series “Surviving R. Kelly” has been named the Los Angeles Press Club’s 2019 Presidents Awardee for Impact on Media. “The Surviving R. Kellyteamhas done what every journalist aspires to do: tell a compelling story that prompts change and that also speaks to a broader issue which needs to be… Read more »

Henry Winkler to Receive the LA Press Club’s Public Service Award

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American actor, comedian, director, producer, and author, Henry Winkler, has been named the 2019 Los Angeles Press Club’s Bill Rosendahl Public Service Awardee for Contributions to Civic Life.  “Now more than ever the country and world need you (the press) and I am beyond thrilled that you have invited me to be honored,” said Henry Winkler. “We all… Read more »

CNN’s Nima Elbagir is the 2019 LA Press Club Daniel Pearl Awardee

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CNN’s Senior International Correspondent Nima Elbagir is the recipient of the 2019 Daniel Pearl Award for Courage and Integrity in Journalism. “To be counted among the ranks of the extraordinary journalists honored by the LA Press Club is such a privilege, especially as the Pearl Family continues to be an inspiration to us all. The kind… Read more »

“Green Book” Wins The LA Press Club’s Veritas Award

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The Los Angeles Press Club is thrilled to announce the winner of its 4th annual Veritas Award for the Best Film Based on or Inspired by Real Events and People. This contest is judged by members of the LAPC — based equally upon fidelity of subject matter and artistic excellence. The overwhelming winner is Universal Pictures’ Academy Award® nominee Green Book, written by… Read more »