NolaVie Presents : Hurricane Katrina


VIDEO: "Bricks and Sticks: Public vs. Private"

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Is access to affordable housing a human right? In the years since Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans has seen all of the “Big Four” public housing developments demolished and replaced by mixed-income developments, spearheaded by public/private partnerships. Read More »

AUDIO: "NOLA's Petals"

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Storyville is a new collaboration between of the University of New Orleans and WWNO. These are true stories about New Orleans written by the students in the University’s Creative Writing Workshop — our next generation of writers. The stories are ... Read More »

Five Days at Memorial

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Author Sheri Fink will present her new book, Five Days at Memorial: Life and Death in a Storm-Ravaged Hospital, at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 20, at the Jewish Community Center (5342 St. Charles Ave.). Five Days at Memorial provides readers an exhaustively researched ... Read More »

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Participants arrived by bus  and train for the 1963 March on Washington.

August has always been a dramatic month for me. Half a century ago, on August 28, 1963, as I sat in silence on a motionless train just outside Washington D.C., somber faces swept by like blurred images in ... Read More »

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