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Tuesday, January 3

DEATH OBITUARY : Deborah Cotton, the New Orleans culture blogger known as Big Red Cotton is dead

Deborah Cotton, the New Orleans culture blogger known as Big Red Cotton, died Tuesday (May 2) of complications related to the Mother's Day second-line shooting that injured her in 2013. She was 52 years old. 
Linda Usdin, a friend of Ms. Cotton's, confirmed the news.

"We really have to make their struggle our struggle. Their wounds our wounds. Their dreams our dreams," Deborah Cotton said.

Losing Deborah Cotton, and her smart, compassionate voice, is a loss for the entire city of New Orleans.

On the behalf of "Treme SideWalk Steppers Social Aid & Pleasure Club" our deepest sympathy goes out to Deborah Cotton and family as you struggle through the grief and sadness of such a beautiful individual. Please know that your family is in our prayers. #DeborahCotton 🙏🏿#StopTheViolence💔

More people are paying tribute on social media.


Teresa Mac My condolences to her family and friends. Such a loss for the city, too. Rest in peace, Deborah.

Gary Warren I had the pleasure to meet her a beautiful lady inside and out. May God give comfort and peace during this difficult time.
Frank Foster Second lines are a public nuisance. Stop issuing permits and arrest the organizers Mitch.

Doc BeautifulMonique Cook Second lines are integrated into our culture. Maybe you should find another place to live. Crime happens everywhere.
Denise Augustine I am truly heartbroken. My heart is full and my eyes won't running. Words cannot express my sadness. I feel like apart of New Orleans just got torn away
Sharlene Jones I am praying FATHER to please remove these guns from our children hands so they can stop killing up one another praying for the whole universe

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