For more than fifty years, the Sidney Hillman Foundation has awarded the Hillman prizes, which are among the most prestigious honors in journalism. In 2009, the foundation inaugurated the Sidney, a monthly award for an outstanding piece of socially-conscious journalism. We are looking for investigative work that fosters social and economic justice.
For more than 60 years, the Sidney Hillman Foundation has awarded, annually, the prestigious Hillman Prizes in Journalism. In 2009, the Foundation inaugurated the Sidney, a monthly award for an outstanding piece of socially-conscious journalism. We are looking for commentary and investigative work in service of the common good.
The Sidney is awarded monthly to a piece published in a magazine, newspaper, or online in the United States. Television and radio programs broadcast in the United States are also eligible.
Deadlines are the last day of the month in which the piece was published/aired. For Magazines, we go by the date the piece was first published--online or in print--for eligibility.
You may submit your own work or nominate someone else's.
Whenever possible, please provide the full text of the story you are nominating, either in the body of your email or as an attachment, as well as the URL.
The Foundation will announce each month's winner on the second Wednesday of the month. Recipients will be awarded $500, a bottle of union-made wine, and our certificate designed by New Yorker cartoonist, Edward Sorel.