published Tuesday, December 13th, 2011

Perla Trevizo receives David Ignatius Award for International Reporting

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    Washington Post columnist David Ignatius presents Chattanooga Times Free Press reporter Perla Trevizo with the David Ignatius Award for International Reporting for an in-depth series on immigration in Chattanooga.
    Courtesy International Center for Journalists

Perla Trevizo received the David Ignatius Award for International Reporting. She received the award, named for Washington Post columnist David Ignatius, for her series on Guatemalan immigrants.

The International Center for Journalists created the David Ignatius Award for International Reporting to honor the best project produced by participants in its Bringing Home the World international reporting fellowship program, funded by the Ford Foundation.

Trevizo received $1,500 and was honored at a ceremony at the Ford Foundation headquarters in New York City.

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