The Louisiana Weekly
|Headquarters||New Orleans, Louisiana|
The Louisiana Weekly is a weekly newspaper published in New Orleans, Louisiana, United States. It covers topics of interest to the African American community, especially in the New Orleans area and south Louisiana. It has a circulation of 5,854.
The Louisiana Weekly was established by the C.C. Dejoie family in 1925. The paper has covered social justice issues including "education, the environment, politics and protest," including such diverse topics as the Black Panther Party and the threat of hydrofluoric acid contamination at a New Orleans area refinery. The paper also has a Spanish-language page aimed at south Louisiana's significant Central American population.
Publication of the Louisiana Weekly was interrupted (in print only ) because of the flooding caused by Hurricane Katrina in August and September 2005. The first post-Katrina issue appeared on 24 October 2005.
- "Coastal newspapers in limbo from Katrina's wake". The Messenger Online (Texas Press Association). September 2005. Retrieved 2006-05-03.[dead link]
- "Journey for Justice: Chronology". Louisiana Public Broadcasting. Retrieved 2006-05-03.
- "About Us". The Louisiana Weekly. Archived from the original on 2006-01-03. Retrieved 2006-05-03.
- Hayes, Worth K. (Spring 2004). "No Service Too Small: the political significance of the survival programs of the New Orleans Black Panther Party". XULAneXUS (Xavier University). Retrieved 2006-05-03.
- Wilson, Glynn (2003-10-20). "Hydrofluoric acid makes for "danger zone" around plant". The Louisiana Weekly. Archived from the original on 2006-05-06. Retrieved 2006-05-03.
- "Louisiana Weekly – Your Community. Your Newspaper.". The Louisiana Weekly. Retrieved 2006-05-03.
- "Black Publisher Remembered for Telling 'Courageous Truth'". BlackPressUSA.com. Retrieved 2008-04-05.
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