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African-American Pulitzer Prize Winners: A List of Groundbreaking Journalism

African-American journalists have made significant contributions to the field of journalism and have been recognized for their talents and achievements through the Pulitzer Prize. Some notable African-American Pulitzer Prize winners include:

  1. Ida B. Wells - She won the Pulitzer Prize in Journalism in 2018 for her outstanding reporting on lynching in the United States in the 1890s.

  2. Ralph Ellison - He won the Pulitzer Prize in Fiction in 1953 for his novel "Invisible Man"

  3. Gwendolyn Brooks - She won the Pulitzer Prize in Poetry in 1950 for her collection "Annie Allen"

  4. W.E.B. Du Bois - He won the Pulitzer Prize in General Non-Fiction in 1957 for his book "The Negro".

  5. Toni Morrison - She won the Pulitzer Prize in Fiction in 1988 for her novel "Beloved"

  6. James Baldwin - He won the Pulitzer Prize in Fiction in 1985 for his book "The Evidence of Things Not Seen"

  7. Isabel Wilkerson - She won the Pulitzer Prize in General Non-Fiction in 2011 for her book "The Warmth of Other Suns: The Epic Story of America's Great Migration"

  8. J. Anthony Lukas - He won the Pulitzer Prize in General Non-Fiction in 1986 for his book "Common Ground"

  9. Ta-Nehisi Coates - He won the Pulitzer Prize in General Non-Fiction in 2015 for his book "Between the World and Me"

  10. Eugene Robinson - He won the Pulitzer Prize in Commentary in 2009 for his columns on the 2008 presidential campaign and the election of Barack Obama.

These African-American journalists have made significant contributions to the field of journalism and have been recognized for their talents and achievements through the Pulitzer Prize. They represent a small selection of the many African-American journalists who have won the Pulitzer Prize.

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