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Per(Sister): Incarcerated Women of Louisiana

A New Exhibit at Tulane’s Newcomb museum features gorgeous collaborations between artists and formerly incarcerated women.

Gayle Benson: “I will aggressively pursue changes in NFL policies”

Gayle Benson tells fans that no team should be denied the opportunity to reach the title game based officials’ inaction, and promises to pursue change.

Chef Payne Catering & The Better Boys Initiative Feed the Furloughed in BR

As the government shutdown beats on, federal workers are feeling the hurt now more than ever. Paychecks are at $0, savings (if any) are drying up, bills are due, and groceries are in dire need. Charities are doing what they can to fill the void, but are, quite frankly, seeing their services choked by the […]

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The Women at the Table

At the Women’s’ Dinner on Wednesday, January 6th, the Artist Journey Allen space on Broad Street was packed with femmes.

Per(Sister): Incarcerated Women of Louisiana

A New Exhibit at Tulane’s Newcomb museum features gorgeous collaborations between artists and formerly incarcerated women.

Neaux Reel Idea: Fahrenheit 11/9 Review

Almost everyone is at fault for Trump’s election victory in Michael Moore’s sequel-ish documentary Fahrenheit 11/9.

Gayle Benson: “I will aggressively pursue changes in NFL policies”

Gayle Benson tells fans that no team should be denied the opportunity to reach the title game based officials’ inaction, and promises to pursue change.

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Per(Sister): Incarcerated Women of Louisiana

Limb Division

Manic-Depression

Huntington – Pt. 3

Loose Woman

Rising Women Poets in New Orleans

January 2019 Edition


Economic Disparity: Is It Hurting New Orleans Business?

The City of New Orleans 2018 disparity study examined if there is a level playing field for minority and women-owned businesses in City contracts. There isn’t.

Rising Women Poets in New Orleans

A profile of five rising women poets in New Orleans that includes their work, links to their sites, headshots and interviews.

The Rise of Hate Crimes on the Jewish Population: Nationally and New Orleans

A Jew and a Gentile write about prejudice and antisemitism in New Orleans and beyond.

Major Changes in Criminal Justice Reform – The First Step Act

Criminal justice reform is of major interest to more than those with families in targeted neighborhoods and those with disadvantaged backgrounds.