Planned Parenthood has announced the 2015 recipients of the Maggie Awards, given to recognize journalists, writers, activists, and social media innovators for their coverage of “reproductive rights, social justice, and women’s health care issues.”

According to Planned Parenthood’s website, the Maggie Awards, named for the organization’s founder Margaret Sanger, “recognize exceptional contributions by the media and arts and entertainment industries that enhance the public’s understanding of reproductive rights and health care issues, including contraception, sex education, teen pregnancy, abortion, and international family planning.”

“We are thrilled to honor this select group of fearless journalists and activists for their always honest, brave, and accurate reporting on sexual and reproductive health,” Cecile Richards, president of Planned Parenthood Federation of America, said in a statement.

“These are the stories that empower and educate—the stories of women, communities of color, members of the LGBT community—and it is incredibly important that these stories are told and amplified over the next year. There is just too much at stake to stay quiet.”

Prior to Planned Parenthood’s statement, the Media Research Center’s Katie Yoder compiled a list of Maggie Awards recipients using Twitter.

16 Journalists Accept Planned Parenthood Awards – Despite Horrifying Abortion Videos! — MediaResearchCenter (@theMRC) August 20, 2015

“While the media stay away from the recent videos exposing Planned Parenthood’s trafficking of aborted baby parts, they are drawn to Planned Parenthood’s annual media awards ceremony,” Yoder wrote.

Recipients of the 2015 Maggie Awards are listed below.

Excellence in Commentary: Jamilah Lemieux,

Outstanding Individual Commentary: Valerie Tarico, Salon

TV & Online Reporting: Jill Filipovic,

Online Reporting: Jennifer Gerson Uffalussy, Yahoo! Health

Online Health Reporting: Casey Gueren, Buzzfeed

Online Political Reporting: Aura Bogado, Colorlines

Online Documentary: Fazeelat Aslam,

Online Video Series: Liz Plank, Mic

Women’s Magazine: Laurie Abraham and Leah Chernikoff, ELLE magazine and

Men’s Magazine: John H. Richardson, Esquire

Youth Media: Phillip Picardi,

Social Media Campaign: Wagatwe Wanjuki, #SurvivorPrivilege

Media Activist: Sadie Hernandez, The People’s Veto

Global: Jonny von Wallström and Cleo Kambugu, “The Pearl of Africa”

Excellence in Media: The Nation

On Twitter, many users questioned the ethics of a journalist’s accepting an award from an organization he or she covers.