A look into the arguments against the proposed affordable housing development in the Bywater.
In the event you need a lawyer, it’s good to know which ones are looking out for the people – the people of the Crescent City, that is.
Does acceptance via legalization forgive past transgressions? What happens to the people who have records for possessing cannabis?
Economics is always a tricky subject. When we’re talking about the economic implications of marijuana legalization, things get even trickier. There’s no doubt that states who have legalized marijuana are making money. But who is benefiting from all of that new cash flow? Who gets access to those lucrative new business opportunities? Cannabis Legalization – […]
Kristin Rowe-Finkbeiner calls on white women to engage in difficult conversations with one another and to become change agents to dismantle racism in America.
The Rhodes Scholarship is one of the most prestigious awards of academia. Those awarded the scholarship have the opportunity to study at Oxford University, one of the oldest and most well-respected research institutions in the world, for two to three years, tuition free. The list of alumni for this award is impressive, including people like […]
It is hard for African-American women with darker complexions to become successful actresses because producers and screenwriters are hooked on exotic black females who look more multiracial than solely black.
New Orleans has long been known for its food, its culture, and its hospitality. Now the Big Easy is developing a new reputation: as a tech hub.
While it was well documented that diversity was lacking at Boudin, Bourbon and Beer, Adriana Lopez looks at the deeper issue of diversity in the restaurant world.
After 41 years in prison for a crime committed as a teenager, Barry Williams was recently granted parole. He was represented by the Tulane Criminal Justice Clinic.
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