Alice Dunnigan and Ethel Payne, the first two Black women to be members of the White House press corps, are receiving the first-ever lifetime achievement award named after themselves. The inaugural Dunnigan-Payne Prize for Lifetime Career Achievement will be given at the White House  Correspondents’ Dinner in Washington on Saturday, CBS News reports. The families of Dunnigan and Payne will accept the honor on behalf of the two pioneers who died in 1983 and 1991.