Courtesy of the Newseum.

Six Washington Post journalists were honored with the Newseum’s 2018 Free Expression Award for their reporting which uncovered sexual misconduct in the workplace. The Post’s winners included: Amy Brittain, Investigative Reporter; Irin Carmon, Outlook Contributing Writer; Alice Crites, Research Editor; Paul Farhi, Media Reporter; Stephanie McCrummen, National Enterprise Reporter; and Beth Reinhard, Investigative Reporter. Just last week, Crites, McCrummen and Reinhard received the 2018 Pulitzer Prize for Investigative Reporting.

In their press release, the Newseum writes:

Their work broke through a dam of suppressed stories and silenced voices to reveal decades-long harassment throughout the American workplace, including media, film, sports, manufacturing, the arts and Congress.

The Post journalists were part of a group of 13 reporters from The Indianapolis Star, The New Yorker and The New York Times who shared this award.

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