More than 30 journalists and non-fiction writers have been chosen as MacArthur Fellows since 1981. Sarah Stillman, a New Yorker staff writer who often explores issues of criminal justice and civil rights, is the latest to join that list, reports The Poynter Institute. She was among 23 men and women named Wednesday as MacArthur fellows. The fellowship comes with . . .
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