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Cuban American journalist Liz Balmaseda honored by Carnegie Corporation

We congratulate Palm Beach Post reporter Liz Balmaseda, a Pulitzer Prize winning Cuban American journalist and our good friend for being honored by the Carnegie Corporation of New York.

Via the Palm Beach Post:

Cuban-born Post reporter Liz Balmaseda honored by Carnegie group for her achievements

Liz Balmaseda

Palm Beach Post reporter Liz Balmaseda has been honored by the Carnegie Corporation of New York as an immigrant “whose achievements have helped enrich the fabric of our nation.”

On Thursday, as it has every year since 2006, commissioned a full-page public service ad in The New York Times honoring Balmaseda and 42 other immigrants who have “contributed to the strength of American democracy and the vitality of our national life.”

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