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April 2017 , Page 11 

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NACDL News: The Marshall Project and Neil Barsky Receive Champion of Justice Journalism Award

By Ivan J. Dominguez and Ezra Dunkle-Polier

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The Marshall Project and Neil Barsky, its chairman and founder, received the Champion of Justice Journalism Award from NACDL on March 3, 2017. NACDL President Barry J. Pollack presented the award at the Association’s midwinter seminar and meeting in New Orleans, La.

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Neil Barsky (left) and Barry J. Pollack.

Mr. Barsky is the chairman and founder of The Marshall Project, a nonprofit journalism enterprise that covers the American system of criminal justice with the goal of sparking a national conversation about reform. He has enjoyed a varied career in the fields of film, finance and journalism, including working as a reporter for the New York Daily News and The Wall Street Journal.

“With direction from Neil Barsky, The Marshall Project has become an invaluable resource for all Americans to rely on for criminal justice reporting,” Pollack said. “Of critical relevance to NACDL is the organization’s reporting on the public defense crisis taking pl

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