Miami Herald interactive editor Nancy San Martin holds up the regional Emmy Award that the Miami Herald and director Joe Cardona won for "The Day it Snowed in Miami" during the ceremony Saturday, Dec. 13, 2014, in Miami. The team behind The Day It Snowed In Miami, a documentary showcasing South Florida’s role in the gay rights movement are: director Joe Cardona; San Martin; el Nuevo Herald videographer Jose Iglesias; and Miami Herald LGBT issues reporter Steve Rothaus, right.
Miami Herald interactive editor Nancy San Martin holds up the regional Emmy Award that the Miami Herald and director Joe Cardona won for "The Day it Snowed in Miami" during the ceremony Saturday, Dec. 13, 2014, in Miami. The team behind The Day It Snowed In Miami, a documentary showcasing South Florida’s role in the gay rights movement are: director Joe Cardona; San Martin; el Nuevo Herald videographer Jose Iglesias; and Miami Herald LGBT issues reporter Steve Rothaus, right.
Miami Herald interactive editor Nancy San Martin holds up the regional Emmy Award that the Miami Herald and director Joe Cardona won for "The Day it Snowed in Miami" during the ceremony Saturday, Dec. 13, 2014, in Miami. The team behind The Day It Snowed In Miami, a documentary showcasing South Florida’s role in the gay rights movement are: director Joe Cardona; San Martin; el Nuevo Herald videographer Jose Iglesias; and Miami Herald LGBT issues reporter Steve Rothaus, right.

LGBT-rights film wins a regional Emmy Award

December 13, 2014 09:53 PM

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