Malalai Rafi, right, joins other Afghan women to bid good-bye to Mohammad Eltaf Stanizai, 5, and his family as they move from Skyview Villa apartments in 2015. The Bee’s special series on Afghan refugees in Sacramento has been honored with two awards from the Inland Press Association.
Malalai Rafi, right, joins other Afghan women to bid good-bye to Mohammad Eltaf Stanizai, 5, and his family as they move from Skyview Villa apartments in 2015. The Bee’s special series on Afghan refugees in Sacramento has been honored with two awards from the Inland Press Association. Renée C. Byer rbyer@sacbee.com
Malalai Rafi, right, joins other Afghan women to bid good-bye to Mohammad Eltaf Stanizai, 5, and his family as they move from Skyview Villa apartments in 2015. The Bee’s special series on Afghan refugees in Sacramento has been honored with two awards from the Inland Press Association. Renée C. Byer rbyer@sacbee.com

National association honors Sacramento Bee with journalism awards

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