To Our Readers: Dec. 23, 1996

Each week TIME strives to deliver comprehensive and compelling journalism, for which we are rewarded with the loyalty of some 23 million readers. Occasionally, however, our efforts bring another kind of reward: public recognition by our peers. Last month the New York Association of Black Journalists honored us with four awards for stories about African-American affairs.

--National correspondent Jack E. White for the second consecutive year received two prizes: one for "overall excellence in writing and reporting," the other for his column, Dividing Line.

--Contributor James Kunen won first place in feature writing for his cover story "The End of Integration"...

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