Kevin Sack

The New York Times

Kevin is a correspondent and senior writer for The New York Times, where he previously held the positions of bureau chief in Albany, N.Y., and Atlanta. He also was a national correspondent and projects writer at the Los Angeles Times. He shared the Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting and a George Polk Award in 2001 for the New York Times’ series ``How Race is Lived in America.’’  In 2003, he received the Pulitzer for National Reporting for a series of articles in the Los Angeles Times (written with News Literacy Project founder Alan C. Miller) on the Marine Corps’ Harrier jet.

Presented to WCCS students on civil rights trip in Atlanta on July 3, 2009.