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Edwards urged participants to come up with new ideas for revenue that can be used to build both coastal restoration and hurricane storm surge protection projects, reminding them of maps produced by the CPRA showing wide areas of the coast's remaining ...
A commentator on a number of criminal justice and international human rights issues, Baraka has appeared on and been covered in a wide-range of print, broadcast, and digital media outlets such as CNN, BBC, the Tavis Smiley Show, Telemundo, ABC's ...

In October, both companies teamed for Time: The Kalief Browder Story, a six-part event series from exec producer Jay Z examining the criminal justice system. On the scripted side, Spike is teaming with The Weinstein Co. on The Mist (via its Dimension ...
New Orleans, as a city, was still recovering from Hurricane Katrina, and a Super Bowl trip would do wonders for the region.
He told them how Color of Change had been founded in the aftermath of hurricane Katrina, in the late summer of 2005. The image that had inspired political activists James ... If the TV networks were sluggish to cover stories like Katrina, Color of ...
"They determined the rabbit was murdered because of the buckshot," said Nancy Adams, 70, of Belden. She spent her professional ... Part of her job was to get bodies back to their cemeteries after Hurricane Katrina washed them out. "We located some of ...

Doris Eaton survived heartbreak, economic peril, the murder of a sister, the death of five other siblings and her spouse, just for starters.
Much of its initial roster - Kilo G, pimp Daddy, and UNLV's Yella Boy - became casualties of New Orleans' record-setting mid-'90s murder rate before the label saw big-time success. Others, like Lil Slim and Cash money's only two female signees, Ms ...
Four New Orleans police officers Indicted In Danziger Bridge murders ... New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu wants to settle several long-standing civil rights claims against the city over notorious episodes of police violence in the days after Hurricane ...
New Orleans - A Louisiana judge has affirmed that a civil suit against New Orleans officials involving the death of Henry Glover, who was shot to death by police in the aftermath of hurricane Katrina, may resume. An ardent political and social ...
... the second season of "American crime Story" veers away from murder cases as it examines Hurricane Katrina. The show plans to present a fresh angle by presenting how a natural catastrophe such as Hurricane Katrina can be considered a crime.
L-R, Dennis Nagen of Green Bay and his son left earlier this month to help in the aftermath of hurricane Matthew, October 20, 2016.
Jaquin Thomas was born in New Orleans and lived there until he was age 4, when Hurricane Katrina hit, the levees broke and the city flooded.
The second season, which focuses on the aftermath of hurricane Katrina, will air first in 2017. So we'll have to wait for quite some time to see Versace's story-but the outfits alone will be worth it.
wars are fought on many fronts in what I call "the war against the war on black and brown people." I watched emotionally with most of America when Diamond Reynolds live streamed on facebook the shooting of her fiance Philando Castile, shouting: "please ...

American crime Story focused on the O.J. Simpson trial in its first season and will move on to the gritty aftermath of hurricane Katrina in its second, before leaping back to this salacious true-crime tale. Dubbed Versace/Cunanan, the installment will ...
Season Three of the Ryan Murphy anthology series will shoot next year, around the same time as Season Two, which will tackle the aftermath of hurricane Katrina and is based on Douglas Brinkley's book, The Great Deluge: Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans, ...
A New Orleans policeman scratches his head as he looks down on the covered body of a shooting victim near the intersection of North Villere and Pauger streets late on Sunday, October 16, 2016.
September 4, 2005 - Six days after Hurricane Katrina devastates the area, New Orleans police officers receive a radio call that two officers are down under the Danziger vertical-lift bridge.
In a July 27 hearing, Juvenile Court Judge Desiree Cook-Calvin found probable cause on the murder count and had Thomas transferred to the Orleans Parish jail, according to court records.
A New Orleans policeman scratches his head as he looks down on the covered body of a shooting victim near the intersection of North Villere and Pauger streets late on Sunday, October 16, 2016.
... process of getting Lens reporters to speak at local events. In exchange for a small amount of cash - usually $150 - professional, community, academic, and civic organizations can request Lens reporters to speak on some of the site's core topics ...
Eleven years ago, 31-year-old Henry Glover was shot in the parking lot of a West Bank strip mall by NOPD officer David Warren less than a week after Hurricane Katrina. After he was ... Although Glover's skull was seen in a newspaper photo of the grisly ...
It's one of last year's most jaw-dropping murder cases. Dee Dee, 48, acted as a single mum and fulltime carer for her teenage daughter Gypsy, who was confined to a wheelchair and had a feeding tube.
As a Black Muslim, I would first like to report the blatant white supremacy at the heart of Donald J. Trump's presidential campaign.
Surveys showed this negativity ebbing by 2009, however, and a 2010 Journal of Criminal Justice study found no link between late-2005 crimes and former New Orleanians, noting that Houston experienced no significant increase across multiple crime ...
LSU officials were watching hurricane Matthew anxiously as it made its way in the direction of the state of Florida. LSU administrators, who had previously been forced to move a home game to Arizona after Hurricane Katrina in 2005, and had also moved ...
New Orleans (AP) - A judge has officially revived a civil lawsuit against New Orleans officials over the death of a man who was shot and killed by a police officer - and whose body was burned - after Hurricane Katrina in 2005. The suit by relatives ...
It was an all-too-familiar tableau in a city that consistently has one of the highest murder rates in the country, almost nine times the national average, the vast majority of both victims and perpetrators being African-American males.
... closely with the U.S. Department of Justice civil rights team, the U.S. Attorney's Office and the FBI to investigate several federal criminal civil rights cases and other criminal and administrative violations by police officers before and after ...
hurricanes Katrina and Sandy helped make this real for millions of people, especially those who lost homes or loved ones in New York, New Jersey, Alabama, Louisiana, and Mississippi.
Chris Christie during the response to Hurricane Sandy likely clinched the 2012 election for the Democrats. President George W. Bush's critics mercilessly assailed him for his slow response to Hurricane Katrina in 2005. In 1992, Hurricane Andrew turned ...
Less than a month before the murder of Ortez Williams Jr., two people were shot to death and two others injured in a quadruple shooting May 26, 2015 in the parking lot of the Plaza Park Apartments.
As the south of the United States prepares for hurricane Matthew to hit, there are certainly various precautions to take when dealing with such a strong storm.
News: hurricane Rita hit the U.S. gulf Coast, re-flooding and devastating areas that were already in ruin following Hurricane Katrina, which hit the Gulf Coast in August. An estimated 125 people died, and there was well over $12 billion in damages ...
Terror suspect Beate Zschaepe arrives at the court room besides her lawyers Hermann Borchert, left, and Mathias Grasel in Munich, Germany, Thursday, Sept.
Morris' group in December released a 10-year plan it said would help solve the problems of rising home prices and stagnant wages, which have made living in New Orleans increasingly financially impossible for many people since Hurricane Katrina in 2005 ...
The $145 million jail opened in September 2015, replacing a group of aging, run-down facilities that had been damaged by Hurricane Katrina. The new jail was funded largely with hurricane recovery dollars. It was designed to allow deputies to directly ...
New Orleans police Chief Michael Harrison talks during the announcements of the results of a new audit of the New Orleans police Department's reporting and investigation of rape cases Wednesday, June 22, 2016 at the OIG office on St. Charles Ave. in ...
Black students were there, screaming about injustices and the murder of our people, reading poetry about our pain and sharing our stories of heartache at the University of Michigan.
Bush authorized torture, committed war crimes, sent thousands of people to their deaths, failed to prevent mass fatality disasters in three major American cities (9/11 in New York and D.C.
Our strike authorization vote was being conducted just as news spread of two horrific police murders in Charlotte, North Carolina, and Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Research shows that Latinos are often depicted as low status, criminal, and as sexual objects, while East Asians and Native American characters are rarely seen in the media.
Contrary to popular belief, New Orleans was never under martial law during the aftermath of hurricane Katrina, though federal forces were sent to provide humanitarian relief, something Dana Perino can speak to as she was the deputy press secretary ...
September 4, 2005 - Six days after Hurricane Katrina devastates the area, New Orleans police officers receive a radio call that two officers are down under the Danziger vertical-lift bridge.
... Queer in this country could get you killed. This was the time before Hurricane Katrina, before 9/11, before Ferguson. Before.
Kenner's Esplanade Mall, whose fortunes have waned since Hurricane Katrina, was sold last week by Simon Properties, which has owned it since 2007.
reporters encountered more dismay when they visited the Triple S Foodmart in North Baton Rouge, where Alton Sterling was brutally murdered by Baton Rouge police in July. students from north Louisiana had traveled to the store in remembrance of Sterling ...


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