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The right to assemble in our Constitution’s Bill of Rights is not limited to banker’s hours! Beginning on October 6, 2011, Occupy NOLA inspired a
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U.S. Constitution Prohibits Bills of Attainder. To fully grasp the scope of the intent of this U.S. Constitutional Provision, Art. I- Sect. 9.1, a summary
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I’m a young adult from New Orleans East and I am dealing with one of the biggest trials of my life. My mother was recently diagnosed with pancreatic cancer ... Did closing the large housing projects in New Orleans create a spike in crime and violence?
One of the post-Katrina policies touted as way of reducing poverty and crime was to demolish most of the large housing projects and disperse the poor throughout the city (and ... An Open Letter to Community
At this time I am humbled, gratified, encouraged and saddened by recent events. I am humbled by our community’s outpouring of love, respect and support towards the NAACP. Thank you. Put our people back to work
Last week’s jobs numbers are a positive step forward but we won’t solve our jobs emergency until right-wing Republicans in Congress stop blocking efforts to put millions of Americans back ... Men of color, beware
As I sat in Loyola University’s College of Law room 308 November 3 listening to John Thompson share his story of being exonerated after 18 years in Louisiana state penitentiaries, ... Save a child, save a city
As the governor and legislators begin to plan the upcoming session, it is time for parents, child advocates and community leaders to speak to up for the most critical need ... Poverty skyrockets in New Orleans
On September 22 the Census Bureau released information from their 2010 annual American Community Survey based on a poll of 2,500 people in New Orleans. Not surprisingly, the report ... Shame on you, Gov. Jindal
How dare Governor Jindal call for the firing of President Obama, when his administration leaves a great deal to be desired? (The Advocate, Sunday, September 18). Louisiana continues to head ...
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