Local enterprise reporter covering immigration, poverty, inequality and crime Education: New York University, dual MA in journalism and Latin American studies; University of Chicago, BA in philosophy
Michael E. Miller is a local enterprise reporter for The Washington Post. Before joining The Post in 2015, Miller covered crime and the Caribbean for the Miami New Times. He has reported from almost a dozen countries and won several national journalism prizes, including the National Press Foundation's Feddie Reporting Award and three Sigma Delta Chi awards for excellence from the Society of Professional Journalists.
Honors & Awards:
Feddie Reporting Award, National Press Foundation, 2017
Sigma Delta Chi awards for excellence, Society of Professional Journalists, 2012, 2013 and 2014
Six decades before teen survivors of a Parkland, Fla., school shooting were dismissed as 'crisis actors,' the nine African American teens who braved racist crowds to enroll in Little Rock Central High School in Arkansas were also accused of being impostors.