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The Dayton Literary Peace Prize recognizes writers whose work demonstrates the power of literature to foster peace, social justice, and global understanding. Past recipients include Elie Wiesel and Studs Terkel. Launched in 2006,.it is an offshoot of the Dayton Peace Prize commemorating the 1995 peace accords ending the war in Bosnia, and is the only international literary peace prize awarded in the United States.

Economic Hardship Reporting Project

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The Economic Hardship Reporting Project, a journalism nonprofit founded in 2012 by Barbara Ehrenreich, aims to change the national conversation around poverty and economic insecurity. The stories that EHRP commissions—from narrative features to photo essays and video productions—put a human face on financial instability. EHRP has placed its contributors’ reportage and photojournalism at The New York Times, NBC News, Politico, The Verge, Vox, Vogue, The Atlantic, The New Yorker and many others.

Founded by interactive pioneer Edwin Schlossberg, ESI Design is an experiential design firm that has been redefining engagement for over 35 years. From its roots transforming the Brooklyn Children’s Museum to its current work with leading institutions and brands like The Edward M. Kennedy Institute, Barclays, Reuters, and PNC Bank, ESI integrates cutting-edge technology, digital media, art, and physical design to create environments that inspire audiences to meet, network, learn, collaborate, and be entertained and delighted.

Mozilla is a nonprofit that believes the Internet must always remain a global public resource, open and accessible to all. Its work is guided by the Mozilla Manifesto. The direct work of the Mozilla Foundation focuses on fueling the movement for an open Internet. Mozilla do this by connecting open Internet leaders with each other and by mobilizing grassroots activists around the world. The Foundation is also the sole shareholder in the Mozilla Corporation, the maker of Firefox and other

Brother John S. and James L. Knight built and ran one of America’s largest and most successful 20th century newspaper companies. The Knights formed Knight Foundation to support transformational ideas that promote quality journalism, advance media innovation, engage communities and foster the arts. We believe that democracy thrives when people and communities are informed and engaged.

The Tenement Museum tells the story of American immigration. It has become one of New York City’s preeminent cultural and educational institutions, welcoming more than 238,000 visitors in 2016. Its two historic tenements on Orchard Street were home to an estimated 15,000 people from more than 20 nations between 1863 and 2000. Educators guide visitors and help them understand how immigrants weathered hard times and built new lives.

Created for New Yorkers by New Yorkers, Waave is the first ride-hailing app that enables New York City yellow and greeen taxis to provide upfront fares, surge-free pricing, and an estimated time of arrival before passengers hail a trip via their the Waave smartphone app. By choosing Waave, New Yorkers who care about the future of their city can play a vital role in reducing congestion and pollution while enhancing the well-being of the city’s taxi drivers and public transit system.

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