This year's list of recipients includes
Nicole Fleetwood, art historian and curator
"Elucidating the cultural and aesthetic significance of visual art created by incarcerated people."
Monica Muñoz Martinez, public historian
"Bringing to light long-obscured cases of racial violence along the U.S.-Mexico border and their reverberations in the present.
Safiya Noble, digital media scholar
"Highlighting the ways digital technologies and internet architectures magnify racism, sexism, and harmful stereotypes."
Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor historian
"Analyzing the political and economic forces underlying racial inequality and the role of social movements in transforming society."
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