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He's hoping to inject New Orleans government with some Libertarian ideas while gaining name recognition around his House district.
This information will be in addition to other data already collected by the city. Another example is cooperation between the government of New Orleans and Airbnb that includes data sharing. The company supplies to the city the names and addresses of hosts.
Last month, the Liberty Monument - honoring the Crescent City White League, which tried to overthrow a biracial, post-civil war New Orleans government - was removed. A monument to slave owner and Confederate President Jefferson Davis was ...
A few hundred monument supporters, many waving Confederate flags, stood to voice opposition. Davis then was crated and lifted into a truck.
The Louisiana Legislative Black Caucus' response to House passage of Rep. Thomas Carmody's ill-conceived Confederate monuments bill this week was to stick a finger in the eyes of those who had stuck a finger in theirs.
... under the cover of darkness and the protection of police snipers dismantled the Battle of Liberty Place monument, which honored members of the Crescent City White League who died trying to overthrow the New Orleans government after the civil war.
Closer to home, in New Orleans, government officials are in the process of removing monuments of white supremacists erected by white supremacists in order to celebrate - you guessed it - white supremacy.
... with the workers wearing masks and bulletproof jackets, guarded by police snipers for their safety. The obelisk honored the Battle of Liberty Place, when the Crescent City White League died trying to overthrow the New Orleans government after the war.
"At the cost of more than $600,000, New Orleans government leaders are removing four Confederate monuments, because of complaints by a handful of offended activists - all part of their effort to erase the town's 'racist' past.
The New Orleans government removed the statue at 5:35am in hopes of avoiding disruptions from white supremacists and Confederacy apologists who want the statue to remain.
On April 24th, "under cover of darkness by workers in masks and bulletproof vests," the New Orleans government's own Ministry of Truth secretly and clandestinely removed the 35-foot granite Liberty Place monument, which "was taken away on a truck in ...
Garland and Lee address the City of New Orleans government's ongoing removal of Confederate monuments. We'd love to get your feedback at radio@sputniknews.
The first monument taken down was the Liberty Place monument - a statue honoring the Crescent City White League's attempt to overthrow New Orleans' government after the civil war. Share. workers dismantle the Liberty Place monument. Photo by ...
Shortly after 1 a.m. Monday morning (April 24), New Orleans officials began the removal of one of four monuments in the city that pay homage to the Confederacy.
... Mayor Mitch Landrieu's deputy mayor of citywide initiatives, described the city's soon-to-be-released plan as "historic, because the city of New Orleans' government hasn't ever had an equity strategy - an intentional, specific focus on addressing ...
... Mayor Mitch Landrieu's deputy mayor of citywide initiatives, described the city's soon-to-be-released plan as "historic, because the city of New Orleans' government hasn't ever had an equity strategy - an intentional, specific focus on addressing ...
Harold Katner, who spent three decades working in New Orleans government, including stints as the leader of the City Planning Commission and the Sewerage & Water Board, died Tuesday (March 14) at Lambeth House in New Orleans.
The Liberty Place monument celebrates a riot against the integrated Metropolitan police and progressive Reconstruction government of New Orleans; the Metropolitans led by Lee's right-hand man James Longstreet, whose monument is conspicuously absent ...
He's hoping to inject New Orleans government with some Libertarian ideas while gaining name recognition around his House district.
Keith Twitchell's work is focused on helping citizens have a bigger say in the decisions made by New Orleans government. As president of the Committee for a Better New Orleans, his organization's mission is to get more residents involved, help them be ...
On July 9, 2015, Mayor Mitch Landrieu put in a formal request for the City Council to relocate four confederate monuments around New Orleans.
But New Orleans' government and tourism establishment fought hard against a failed 2015 "religious freedom" bill, supported by then-Gov.
New Orleans' government and tourism establishment fought hard against a failed 2015 "religious freedom" bill, supported by then-Gov.
While in New Orleans, government says the team will have the opportunity to discuss commonalities and differences in disaster preparedness, oil spill response planning and environmental monitoring, assessment and reporting, especially as it affects ...
"The main problem with the ordinance is that it requires us to re-examine and analyze historical figures using contemporary values," Marksbury told members of New Orleans government Affairs Committee in March. "Nobody could sustain that. Roosevelt ...
This was made possible through partnerships between the city government of New Orleans; the Hope Enterprise corporation, or HOPE; and the nonprofit The Food Trust.
"Our goal is to create a platform that engages all sectors of the community," says Williamson, who welcomes not only leading entrepreneurs but also members of the New Orleans government, including Mayor Mitchell J. Landrieu to be a part of this ...
Moreover, the bill would not just affect New Orleans government construction projects, but also entities residing in the city that use state bonding capacity -- like the Superdome and convention center.
... 18 at Lafayette Square on St. Charles Avenue, sets music against a backdrop of city history. The square is also the location of Gallier Hall, which dates to 1853 and was the seat of New Orleans government for a century. The event runs from 5 p.m ...
For their part, the local government of New Orleans has taken note of the incidents of road rage in their area. According to New Orleans-based crime data consultant Jeff Asher, the root of the said problem is more psychological in nature.
The Cabildo, site of the Louisiana Purchase transfer and the seat of New Orleans government until 1853, was built between 1795 and 1799.
The Cabildo, site of the Louisiana Purchase transfer and the seat of New Orleans government until 1853, was built between 1795 and 1799.
A project to restore the facade of Gallier Hall, the former seat of New Orleans government on St. Charles Avenue, has been completed in time for Mardi Gras reviewing stands to return to its steps after a one-year absence, officials said Friday (Jan. 8).
The most troubling statue in New Orleans honors the Crescent City White League, a terrorist organization that overthrew the democratically-elected city government of New Orleans on September 14, 1874. The statue was built in 1891 as part of a series of ...


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