WBJ honored for history, diversity reporting among nine New England journalism awards

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The New England Newspaper & Press Association has given nine journalism awards to Worcester Business Journal at part of the 2021 Better Newspaper Competition, honoring stories on the legacy of slavery in Central Massachusetts, housing discrimination in Worcester, and attempts to narrow racial and gender pay gaps.

“Our reporters strive every day to provide insightful and in-depth stories for the Central Massachusetts business audience,” WBJ Editor Brad Kane said. “To have an organization like NENPA take a moment to uphold some of the best work we’ve done in the last two years is quite the recognition.”

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