Signs, scenes and faces from the Women's March in Copenhagen, Denmark. January 21, 2017.
Who will protect those protecting our water?Read More
...With those differences noticed, it is understood that tribe members all over this country have an innate understanding of land rights and water rights, developed far before America as we know it existed. Their fight, which is all of our fight, is not about political gain. This is about survival. This is about protecting our environment so our physical self, our beloved bodies, can continue to exist...Read More
As indigenous tribes and their allies continue protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline, it is imperative that we ask ourselves, ‘how did we get here?’ Native American culture dominated this continent for thousands of years before the Puritans immigrated to these lands from Europe beginning in the mid-20th century. The tribes that lived here treasured Mother Earth and had an unwavering respect for the environment.Read More
Located in Mid-City, along busy North Broad Street, nestled between a Whole Foods and ReFresh Community Farm is Liberty’s Kitchen. From the outside, it seems like a typical cafe. There is Starbucks coffee prepared by smiling baristas who call customers and their employers by the title of Mr. and Ms., and a menu that includes classic cafe cuisine and meals infused with seasonal New Orleans tastes.
But, behind the scenes are dedicated professionals and young adults alike working towards a common goal - transforming the lives of vulnerable New Orleans youth...Read More
I feel like I'm in a spiritual version of Las Vegas.
This is what I kept saying to my Uber drivers as they took me on my daily rides back and forth from Mid-City to the Garden District...Read More