Glamour magazine for "Yes, You Can Save Women's Lives" CBS-TV for
Cold Case — "Volunteer" episode Rev. Tom Davis for
Sacred Work: Planned Parenthood and Its Clergy Alliances
Kinsey Vera Drake 2004
Women's eNews for overall excellence in reporting on reproductive rights and health
Working Assets for covering reproductive rights and health on http://www.workingassets.com/ and for donating a portion of the proceeds of its various services to nonprofit organizations, including Planned Parenthood 2003
Human Rights Watch for its website,
http://www.hrw.org/ The WB Television Network for
Everwood — "The Kissing Bridge" episode
People magazine for "An Iowa Mystery" HBO films for
Real Woman Have Curves HBO for Six Feet Under for its unique depiction of sexuality, gay and straight 2002
Ellen Goodman, syndicated columnist for the
Boston Globe, special award for consistently insightful opinions about the need to protect women's reproductive health and rights
San Diego Union-Tribune, for "Girl and Boy, Interrupted" Ann Telnaes, syndicated cartoonist, Tribune Media Service, for editorial cartoons in support of reproductive rights
Essence magazine for "In Case of Emergency" and "If All Else Fails" ABC News
20/20 for "Abortion & Terrorism" MPH Entertainment, Inc. for
The History of Sex in the 20th Century Sexuality Information and Education Council of the U.S. (SIECUS) for its Web site,
http://www.siecus.org/ NBC-TV for
Law & Order: Criminal Intent — "The Third Horseman" episode NBC-TV for
Days of Our Lives for daytime drama about sexual and reproductive health HBO for
Sex and the City for its treatment of sexual and reproductive health issues Daimler-Chrysler for a television advertisement that uses sexuality in a positive and humorous way
Fast Company magazine for "Planned Parenthood's 25-Year Plan" 2001
Patt Morrison, columnist,
Los Angeles Times — special award for Spontaneous Activism
Los Angeles Times for coverage of reproductive health issues
Glamour magazine for "Why I Risk My Life to Do Abortions" Richard North Patterson for
Protect and Defend
The Dallas Morning News for editorials on family planning Queen Latifah/Telepictures Productions for "Teens Desperate to Have Babies: Convincing Them to Wait"
Hispanic Radio Network for "Mundo 2000 — International Women's Day"
The Feminist Majority Foundation for their website,
http://www.feminist.org/ Joan Osborne for advocacy and education through music
Rod Lurie for
The Contender NBC-TV for
Third Watch — "Faith" episode ABC-TV for General Hospital for daytime drama about sexual and reproductive health 1999-2000
Teen People magazine for coverage of our issues Mike Peters for cartoons supporting reproductive health and rights issues
Natalie Marie Angier for
Woman: An Intimate Geography Judy Mann for columns covering our issues
3rd Rock from the Sun — "Sex and the Sally" episode MTV/Kaiser Family Foundation for
True Life: I Need Sex RX The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation for their website,
http://www.kff.org/ NBC-TV for
The West Wing — pilot episode Ani DiFranco for "Hello Birmingham"
Eve Ensler for
The Vagina Monologues John Irving/Miramax Films for The Cider House Rules 1998
Glamour magazine for "The Truth About Abortion and Women's Health"
The Village Voice for "Roe v. Wade: 25 Years Later"
The Metro Times for "Matter of the Heart"
Cedar Rapids Gazette (IA) for "Dangerous Liaisons"
Waco Tribune-Herald for columns on reproductive health care and freedom KCRG-TV for "Dangerous Liaisons"
KRON-TV for "First Cut: AIDS Update"
Cosby — "Now Is The Time, The Walrus Said" episode Youth Radio for "Youth Voices on Sex"
ABCNEWS.com for "Maternal Morality Worldwide: Dying for Motherhood" 1997
Sarasota magazine for "Sex, Lies and Politics"
The Houston Chronicle for editorials on family planning, reproductive rights, and Planned Parenthood
The Washington Post for a series of cartoons on family planning, legislation, and abortion rights by Herb Block HBO for
If These Walls Could Talk KRON-TV for "First Cut 97-05"
NBC-TV for "The More You Know" PSAs
Hispanic Radio Network for "Buscando la Belleza" (Searching For Beauty and Health) 1996
Self magazine for "What's New in Birth Control?"
The Nation magazine for Katha Pollitt's columns on the abortion issue
The Chicago Tribune for "Gambling With Life: Why Parents Defy Odds and Circumstance to Have More Babies" HBO for
The Dying Rooms HBO for
Sandra's Web: A Mother's Diary ABC for
Home Improvement — "The Vasectomy One" episode NBC-TV for Dateline NBC for "The Toughest Choice" 1995
Glamour magazine for "An Abortion Doctor's Diary of Terror"
Ser Padres magazine for "Niñas Que Son Madres"
The Boston Globe for coverage of December 30 murders at the Brookline, MA, clinics CNN for "Christian Soldiers"
Dateline for "Dutch Treat" NBC-TV for L
aw and Order — "Progeny" episode Lucky Duck Productions, with Ogilvy Adams and Rinehart, for
Smart Sex Youth Radio for "The Realities of Teen Pregnancy: A Day in My Life by Ayoka Medlock"
Monitor Radio for "Population Perspective"
The Beaumont Enterprise (TX) for "Kids Having Kids" 1994
The Nation magazine for "Eastward, Christian Soldiers! Right-to-Lifers Hit Russia"
Concord Monitor (NH) for series "Sex Education — Teen Realities"
Chicago Tribune for series "Saving Our Children: When Kids Have Kids" Concentric Media and KTEH-TV for
When Abortion Was Illegal: Untold Stories Home Box Office for
Talking Sex: Making Love in the '90s KSBW-TV for
Not Me: Innocence in the Time of AIDS WBBR 1130 AM for "Condom-Phobics" 1993
The Philadelphia Daily News for "Out of Control"
Daily Local News (West Chester, PA) for editorial cartoon by Rick Cole
Glamour magazine for "Why Do We Romanticize the Fetus?"
Health magazine for "The Birth Control Bind" Home Box Office for
Life Stories: Families in Crisis for "Public Law 106: The Becky Bell Story" WHSW-TV 24 for "In Your interest/Teen Pregnancy"
Media Works, Inc. for
Sex Education in America: AIDS and Adolescence WHTZ-100 FM for "Z-100 Love Phones" 1992
Glamour magazine for "Where Are the Doctors Who Will Do Abortions?"
The San Diego Union for five-part series "Bedside Planners: Contraception in the '90s"
The Washington Post for series of cartoons on family planning and legislation by Herb Block ABC-TV for
Roseanne — "A Bitter Pill to Swallow" episode ABC News for
PrimeTime Live for "Lying In Wait" ABC News for
20/20 for "Is This Our Future?" KING 5 TELEVISION for
Sexual Survival Monitor Radio for "Women and AIDS"
Univision Network News for "Buffalo Anti-Abortion Demonstrations" and for The Cristina Show for "Condomania" 1991
The Washington Post for series of cartoons on family planning and legislation by Herb Block
The Dallas Morning News for six-part series "Sex Lies and Big Brother: Sexual Tyranny in Romania"
Glamour magazine for "Teenage and Pregnant" and "The Politics of Birth Control" NBC/Carsey Werner Co. for
A Different World — "If I Should Die Before I Wake" episode World Monitor Television for "Women with AIDS"
Capital Cities/ABC, Inc. for Peter Jennings Reporting: The New Civil War 1990
San Francisco Examiner for series of columns on reproductive rights issues by Suzanne Salter
Newsweek magazine for coverage of the abortion issue Lifetime Television for
Ask Me Anything: How To Talk to Kids About Sex WPLG-TV for "AIDS en la Familia"
Tribune Entertainment, Inc. for
The Geraldo Rivera Show — "To Be Gay in the Midst of the AIDS Catastrophe" NBC-TV for L.A. Law — "Captain Hurt" episode 1989
20/20 for "The Abortion Pill" NBC-TV for "Roe v. Wade" and
A Different World — "No Means No" episode ABC Radio for "American Agenda: Abortion"
New Woman magazine for "A Matter of Life and Love: One Woman's Story" Arkansas Gazette for "Children Having Children" 1988
Essence magazine for "A Matter of Choice"
Los Angeles Times for its series "Prenatal Care: Less Costs More" WSM Radio/Nashville for "AIDS: Plague of the '80s"
A Year in the Life — "Things You Should Know Before and After" episode NBC-TV for outstanding segments on AIDS and young people on Main Street
ABC-TV for outstanding news segments on AIDS and contraceptive technology on Good Morning America and for World News Tonight for its series on world population 1987
ABC-TV for made-for-TV-movie
Daddy NBC-TV for "AIDS Composite"
KING-TV for two-hour documentary
Teen Sex: What about the Kids?
Working Woman magazine for feature on "Where 'Boss' Stops and 'Friend' Begins" Alabama Journal for a series of articles titled "Teen Pregnancy: An Alabama Tragedy" 1986
St. Elsewhere — "Boom Boom Womb" and "To Tell the Truth" segments WIVB-TV for
Family Secrets (Documentary)
Vogue magazine for "Selling Chastity: The Sly New Attack on Your Sexual Freedom" The Washington Post for a six-part series "At Risk: Chronicles of Teen-Age Pregnancy" 1985
World News Tonight for "Almost Adults" ABC-TV for
20/20 for "Sex Education" NBC-TV for
Today for "Sex Education" WJLA-TV for five-part series on "When Babies Have Babies"
NBC Radio for "It Can Happen Anywhere" (child sexual abuse)
WEEI Newsradio for "The Learning Center" (teenage sex and pregnancy)
Youth News, Oakland, CA, for "Heartthrobs and Hormones" (teenage sex and pregnancy)
The Boston Globe for a series of editorials supporting reproductive rights and reproductive health Mike Peters for an editorial cartoon satirizing the federal government's position on reproductive rights
Glamour magazine for "The Battle Against Planned Parenthood" (Feature Article)
Glamour magazine for "Why We Can't Be Silent About Anti-Abortion Tactics" (Feature Article)
Image magazine, Texas Christian University, for "Smart Sex" (Feature Article)
Ms. magazine for "The Fetus and The Law — Whose Life is it Anyway?" (Feature Article) Time magazine for "The Population Curse" (Cover Story) 1984
20/20 for "Too Much, Too Soon" WCBS-TV for "Preventing Teen Pregnancy: The HUB Program"
NBC-TV/UBU Productions/Paramount Television for
Family Ties — "Ready or Not" episode KAMR-TV, KFDA-TV, and KVII-TV (Amarillo, TX) for a unique cooperative effort to promote 1983 National Family Sexuality Education Week
Family Circle magazine for "What Kids Really Want to Know About Sex but Are Afraid to Ask"
Seventeen magazine for "Sex and Your Body"
St. Louis Post-Dispatch for "Children Having Children" The Bergen Record (NJ) for a series of four editorials 1983
Nightline for "Teen Contraception — The Baltimore Experiment," "Abortion Clinic Violence," and "Anti-Abortion Setback" (Television News) KPIX-TV for "The Snitch Rule" and "Snitch Rule Update" (Television Editorial)
Family Ties — "Oops" episode (Television Entertainment) WRKS-FM for "The Stork Doesn't Work Alone" (Radio Documentary)
Parents magazine for "Genetic Counselors: How They Can Help and How They Can't" (Magazine Feature)
Los Angeles Times for nine editorials on the subject of reproductive rights (Newspaper Editorial) Honorable mention certificates to:
A Baby Maybe: To Be or Not To Be a Parent (Television Documentary) WFSB-TV for "Babies Shouldn't Die" (Television News)
Newsweek magazine for "Infertility" (Magazine Feature)
Family Circle magazine for "How Women Feel About Abortion: An Exclusive Family Circle Survey" (Magazine Feature)
Glamour magazine for "The Battle Over Abortion:" (Magazine News)
Charlotte News and Observer for "Growing Up in the '80's" (Newspaper Feature) Gannett News Service for outstanding coverage of the issues surrounding abortion (Newspaper Feature) 1982
Hearst/ABC Video Services for
Where Do Babies Come From? (Television Documentaries) WDAY-TV for "Opening of the Fargo Abortion Clinic" (Television News)
Glamour magazine for "Contraceptive Update — The Latest on What's Right or Wrong for You" (Magazine News)
Glamour magazine for "My Abortion — Why It Was The Most Difficult Decision I May Ever Have To Make (Magazine Feature) Honorable Mention Certificates to
Group W Production for
Hour Magazine show featuring Ann Landers speaking out on the need to keep abortion legal (Television Editorial) WFAA-TV, for a five-part series on infertility (Television Public Affairs)
Seventeen magazine for "Sex and Your Body" (Magazine Feature) WSB for continuous enlightened programming efforts (Radio Public Affairs) 1981
David Greene/Finnegan Associates for
The Choice Honorable Mention Certificates to
Dan Curtis Associates for "I Think I'm Having a Baby"
The MacNeil/Lehrer Report for "Medicaid Abortion"
Hour Magazine for "How We Can Encourage Teens to Be Sexually Responsible" David Sawyer and Victoria Hamburg for "So Many Voices: A Look at Abortion in America" 1980
Michael Hirsh and Station WTTW/Chicago Public Television for Guess Who's Pregnant: An Update 1978
Tandem/Tat Production House: for three television episodes on adolescent pregnancies, in One Day at a Time, Good Times, and In the Beginning