Post Gets Honored by NABJ

From here:

    Washington Post staff members won four first-place awards in the annual competition held by the National Association of Black Journalists. A fifth first-place award went to the staff of washingtonpost.com.

    The staff of The Post was awarded the prize for newspaper features for the “Being a Black Man” series, which was published last year. The staff of washingtonpost.com received the prize in the new media category for best online news project in connection with its presentation of the series.

    Three staff writers won individual awards. Keith L. Alexander won in business reporting for “A Chance to Get Into the Room.” It told of the experiences of two black entrepreneurs and was part of the “Being a Black Man” series.

    Wil Haygood shared a first-place award in the magazine features category for a story in The Washington Post Magazine about helping to raise his nephew, headlined “Showing the Way.”

    DeNeen L. Brown won first place in the magazine investigative category for a story in the Post magazine that was headlined “To Catch a Killer” and described the quest of a woman to find her son’s killer.