The City of New Orleans will become the first U.S. city to participate in the C40 Women4Climate Mentorship Program.
The announcement comes following increasing public pressure from political leaders, investors, shareholders and grassroots activists.
Call them what they are and call them out for what they’re doing: they’re concentration camps, and anytime we have them, bad things happen.
From January 2015 to June 2018, an estimated 24,000 residents were displaced due to court-ordered evictions. One in four black households.
On Tuesday, June 18, SWBNO updated residents on the status of the city’s drainage pumps, hinting at changes coming to the utility.
ICE is set to conduct mass arrests and deportations of families in 10 cities beginning on Sunday. New Orleans is one of the cities on the list.
As a city, we should be empowering and inspiring our kids, not criminalizing them.
In a kind, if late gesture, the NOPD has debuted a special Pride-themed badge for officers to wear in support of New Orleans LGBT community
The City of Yes wants to hear from you. From all of you. Earlier this week Mayor LaToya Cantrell posted an invitation to a community discussion on the New Orleans justice system on her Facebook page: “As part of The Sanford “Sandy” Krasnoff New Orleans Criminal Justice Council’s strategic planning process, we’re seeking input from the […]
Governor John Bel Edwards signed a law prohibiting vegan food companies from labeling their products with terms such as “meat” and “beef.”
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