The American Mosaic Journalism Prize is awarded for excellence in long-form, narrative, or deep reporting on stories about underrepresented and/or misrepresented groups in the present American landscape.
Denise Kersten WillsSo thrilled for Darcy Courteau, who won the $100,000 American Mosaic Journalism prize for her Atlantic story, "Mireya's Third Crossing"
Feeling out of step with the mores of contemporary life, members of a conservative-Catholic group have built a thriving community in rural Kansas. Could their flight from mainstream society be a harbinger for the nation?
The GOP will not be a great or a good party until those who lead it straighten their backbones.
Denise Kersten Wills“For what purpose?” they respond point-blank when asked why they don’t speak out with moral urgency against the president’s moral transgressions, his cruelty, his daily assault on reality, and his ongoing destruction of our civic and political culture.
The gravest danger to American democracy isn’t an excess of vitriol—it’s the false promise of civility.
Denise Kersten Wills"There are two definitions of civility. The first is not being an asshole. The second is 'I can do what I want and you can shut up.' The latter definition currently dominates American political discourse." @AdamSerwer