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- The Advocate and Louisiana Weekly
We win awards for our reporting.
- Society of Professional Journalists, 2012 National Ethics in Journalism Award
- Edward R. Murrow, 2102 National Winner for Online News Operation, Local Market, Audio Investigative Reporting
- Outstanding Citizen Diplomat 2012 from the New Orleans Citizen Diplomacy Council,
- Press Club, 2012 Excellence in Journalism Awards
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