New Orleans is a welcoming city to immigrants, indicative of our values of inclusivity and respect, but it isn’t enough to protect immigrants within the city limits.
Editor’s Note: This piece was originally posted on the Vera Institute of Justice’s “Think Justice” blog. It has been reposted here with permission. In the past month alone, 41 heat records were set across the country with temperatures as high as 112 degrees. Who is bearing the brunt of this? The 2.2 million people living in over […]
Do sports teams benefit cities enough to justify the tax dollars spent on them? Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards seems to think so as he rolls out a $450 million plan to renovate the Superdome that comes with a 15 year extension for the Saints to stay in New Orleans. Of course the Saints and […]
No matter who they are or what they do, chances are anyone you talk to have struggled with sleep in their lifetime.
At a time when Donald Trump’s Republican Party is singling out America’s great cities for abuse, we should ask visitors to “Be Cosmopolitan or Leave.”
It was early September 2005. About a week after we were hit by Hurricane Katrina and the levees failed, President George W. Bush, who was a little late coming here but he was here now, gave a speech in front of St Louis Cathedral. Most of the City was still in darkness, and still deep […]
It is incumbent for our community to understand the problem in order to truly address it.
If you have decided to alter your lifestyle and make yourself a better person, then the best way to get on with it is to practice yoga. By practicing yoga, your entire life will undergo a transformation and not just the size of your waist. The yoga can even save your life from going haywire. […]
Urgent action is needed from everyone to understand the devastating effects of air pollution on the global population.
While you may have heard of CBD vaping or gummies, you may not realize CBD is great for your skin.
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