Hire cops, not civilian patrols, mayor and police chief told New Orleans Inspector General Ed Quatrevaux said last week that he is determined to find
By Kari Dequine Harden Contributing Writer The annual release of School Performance Scores carries varied weight for the varied interests. The results for the 2013-2014
For all the colorful traditions and multicultural nuances associated with life in New Orleans, throughout its history the Crescent City has essentially been a Black and white city flavored with ... McMain students flock to rock the early vote
By Mason Harrison Contributing Writer Dozens of students from Eleanor McMain High School showed up in droves October 21 at City Hall to cast ballots for the first time in municipal, judicial ... Racism, Repression and Resistance
By Richard B. Muhammad Contributing Writer The passion, emerging power of Black youth fuel demands for justice ST. LOUIS, Mo. (Special to the NNPA from The Final Call) – A moment borne out ... Malala influences a generation
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The Keenan Lewis Foundation , founded by local-born New Orleans Saints defensive back Keenan Lewis, is gearing up to conduct its first Taste of Hope™ fundraiser on Tuesday, November ... Black voters still focused on ‘bread and butter’ issues
(TriceEdneyWire.com) - Despite outrage over killings by police, concern about Ebola, and U.S. troops now fighting ISIS in the Middle East, it appears that so-called “bread and butter issues” – ...
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