A comprehensive collection of Pulitzer Prize-winning photographs comes to Gilcrease Museum in Tulsa from March 29 to July 14. The exhibition presents images of every prize-winning entry since the award’s inception in 1942 – ranging from moments of political unrest (Protest in Ferguson, 2015) and global tragedy (Oklahoma City Bombing, 1996) to childhood innocence (Journey of Hope, 2003). The exhibition was developed by the Newseum, headquartered in Washington. It works to increase understanding of the importance of a free press and the First Amendment.

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