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Racial Disparities Still Rage On In New Orleans, But It Isn't All Bad News
Here's hoping New Orleans is a 'city of second chances' after all.
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Burned-Out Ferguson Convenience Store Is Reborn As Job Training Center
Six Months Later, Grief and Hope in Ferguson
An unlikely priest, professor and psychologist working in Ferg...
I have been thinking a lot about this Anne Roiphe quote as Ferguson approaches the half year mark since the killing of Michael Brown. "Grief is in two parts. The first is loss. The second is the remaking of life."
Warren's Mortgage Reforms Divide Progressives
Rising Tides: Building a Better New Orleans for Our Students
President & CEO, Urban League of Greater New Orleans
Ten years have passed since the devastation of Hurricane Katrina, and as we commemorate that fateful August day and its aftermath, we should also remember to celebrate one of the most remarkable stories of New Orleans' recovery--its students.
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