Fighting Racism


Building Inter-Ethnic Group Trust:
What “Change Theories”
Are We Using And How Do We Know That They Work?
featuring:

Lance Hill, Ph.D.
Executive Director, Southern Institute for Education and Research at Tulane University

SATURDAY DECEMBER 11, 2010


Feminism PC in New Orleans

"What’s Up With The
F-Word?"
featuring:
Charlotte Klasson
and
Chris Day
Discussed the status of feminism
and the local chapter of the
National Organization of Women
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 13, 2010

The Politics of Food in New Orleans

"Radical Hospitality and Community Food Security"
Featuring: 
Jyaphia Christos-Rodgers
Program Director and Diva Chef
Center for Ethical Living and Social Justice Renewal

 OCTOBER 9, 2010

Roles of Science in the Gulf Drilling Disaster

"Roles of Science
In the Gulf
Drilling Disaster"
Featuring:
Dr. Julie Whitbeck
Terrestrial Ecologist
University of New Orleans
SEPTEMBER 11, 2010

Katrina Turns Five

SATURDAY AUGUST 14, 2010:



Memories of Hurricane Katrina
on the Fifth Anniversary


Presenters: 
(and where they were on August 29, 2005)

Mildred Fossier
 (Bay St. Louis/Kiln)


Mary Gehman
 (Mid-City)


Mark Holian 
(Lower Ninth Ward)


Randy Poindexter
 (Lafitte)


Chris Palgrave and Delia Montoya-Palgrave 
(Gentilly)


George and Maria Andrews 
(Charity Hospital)


Ben Gordon 
(University Hospital)


Kit Senter
 (Alexandria)

BP's Got More in Store

"BP’s OTHER Rig off the
Louisiana Coast:
Can it be shut down?"
featuring:
Beth Butler
Executive Director: A Community Voice – Louisiana
A talk about BP's Atlantis rig, which sits 124 miles off the Louisiana coast and  produces 200,000 barrels of oil a day, and operates 7,000 feet below the sea surface—2,000 feet deeper than the Deepwater rig!
Read more about this disaster in the making here.

SATURDAY JULY 10, 2010

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