These Incredible Female Pulitzer Prize Winners Will Inspire You

Monday marked the 100th anniversary of awarding Pulitzer Prizes to those producing some of the best journalism in the U.S. and in every corner of the globe. We are celebrating by highlighting the amazing wins of these female journalists and writers.

See our round-up below that features exciting reactions on social media and links to their award-winning works.

The New Yorker critic Emily Nussbaum won for her acclaimed television reviews "written with an affection that never blunts the shrewdness of her analysis."

See her work here.

The New York Times' Alissa J. Rubin won for her international reporting work in Afghanistan.

See her stories here.

The Boston Globe's Farah Stockman won for her columns on the legacy of busing in Boston.

See her stories here.

The New Yorker's Kathryn Schulz won for her feature on the potential for a major earthquake in the Pacific Northwest.

See her stories here.

The Boston Globe's Jessica Rinaldi won for her photography portraying the raw and revealing story of a boy who strives to find his footing after abuse by those he trusted.

See her work here and visit the links below to see the MAKERS stories of renowned female journalists.

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