According to new figures released by The Data Center on Friday, people of color are disproportionately hired for positions that pay less than $15/hr.
Some of the people who organize church “mission” trips to impoverished countries such as Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador for the purpose of supplying aid to people who are desperately in need are the same people screaming, “BUILD THAT WALL!”
With a 5-2 vote by the Orleans Parish School Board, the last remaining public high school in New Orleans became its latest charter school.
Even worse than the stigmas around mental health is the willful neglect of state and local governments in doing anything about treating and handling its most vulnerable population.
This is Tilman Hardy’s perspective on race relations in the military and toward military veterans—here in New Orleans, and throughout America.
Panelists included OPSB superintendent Henderson Lewis, President of Louisiana Federation for Children Ann Davis Duplessis, and parent advocate Ashanna Bigard.
On the International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers, Mayor Latoya Cantrell issued a statement saying that the “stigma and shame” of sex work “put lives at risk.”
“I don’t have any faith in the whites in power responding in the right way … they’ll treat us like they did our Japanese brothers and sisters in World War II. They’ll throw us into concentration camps. The Wallaces and the Birchites will take over. The sick people and the fascists will be strengthened. They’ll […]
Alaina Comeaux and others decided to found the Walk at the time that the City Of New Orleans was planning the tricentennial celebration.
The Color of Film Fests: An Interview with Gian Smith on The 1st Annual Black Film Festival of New OrleansDecember 16, 2018
From December 21st to the 23rd, just days before Christmas, the Ashe Cultural Center will play host to the first annual Black Film Festival of New Orleans.
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