National correspondent covering law enforcement, justice and their intersection with politics and policy Education: Ohio University, BS in journalism
Wesley Lowery is a Pulitzer Prize-winning national correspondent covering law enforcement, race and justice for The Washington Post and an on-air contributor for CNN. He has been the paper's lead reporter covering police shootings and the Black Lives Matter protest movement. His work has also appeared in the Boston Globe, the Los Angeles Times, the Wall Street Journal and Sports Illustrated. His first book, the New York Times bestseller "They Can't Kill Us All," was awarded the 2017 Christopher Isherwood prize for autobiographical prose by the Los Angeles Times Book Prizes.
Honors & Awards:
Pulitzer Prize for national reporting, 2016
George Polk Award for national reporting, 2016
Emerging Journalist of the Year, National Association of Black Journalists, 2014
Professional Affiliations: National Association of Black Journalists, Ida B. Wells Society Books by Wesley Lowery:
They Can't Kill Us All: Ferguson, Baltimore and a New Era in America's Racial Justice Movement
A striking rift has emerged between White House allies who worked to pass the First Step Act and the Justice Department officials now attempting to limit the number of inmates who might benefit from it.