The 2002 Daniel Singer Millennium Prize has been awarded to Staughton Lynd, labor historian, lawyer and longtime radical activist. The prize, worth $2,500, honors the legacy of Daniel Singer, who was for many years The Nation‘s Europe correspondent. The prize was established after his December 2, 2000, death to recognize work that carries on his belief that another world is possible, one based on democracy and equality. The first winner was Sam Gindin, for “Anti-Capitalism and the Terrain of Social Justice.”