International, National and Regional Coverage Education: Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan, BA in Journalism Salwan Georges, a Pulitzer Prize winning photographer for The Washington Post. Before joining the Post, he was a staff photographer and videographer at the Detroit Free Press. He studied journalism at Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan. In 2020, Georges was awarded a Pulitzer Prize in 2020 as part of a staff entry from The Washington Post covering climate change and was awarded, a team finalist for Public Service, covering America’s deadly opioid epidemic. In 2019, he was a Pulitzer Prize team finalist in Explanatory Reporting for the Murder with Impunity series. His work on the Middle Eastern communities in the United States has been exhibited at the Arab American National Museum and has been added to a collection at the Library of Congress in D.C. Honors & Awards:
Pulitzer Prize for Explanatory Journalism, Winner, 2020
Pulitzer Prize for Public Service, Finalist, 2020
Pulitzer Prize for Explanatory Journalism, Finalist, 2019
Pictures of the Year International, Award of Excellence, 2019
WHNPA, Picture Feature Story, Winner, 2019
Michigan's Emmy Award, Winner, 2017
Michigan's Press Photographers Association Multimedia Photographer of the Year, 2016
Professional Affiliations: National Press Photographers Association Foreign languages spoken: Arabic
Few if any politicians inspire as much loyalty among supporters as Sen. Bernie Sanders. His vast online fundraising network represents the deep pool of Americans who are willing to donate money to him. And his big rally crowds have shown that supporters often are eager to travel great distances and stand in long lines to see him.
Climate change may seem like a distant danger to many, but around the globe, people are seeing its full, transformative impact. From Alaska to Angola, Qatar to Colorado and more, Post photographers share their stories of a growing crisis.