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Apr 05, 2018
Beneath New Orleans’ shared sense of tradition lies another reality marked by separation. This brief examines the history of neighborhood segregation in New Orleans and its impact on contemporary racial disparities in wealth, access to opportunity, and vulnerability to disaster risk.
Mar 29, 2018
Beginning from the first incarnation of Orleans Parish Prison in 1721 by Bienville at Jackson Square to its current iteration under federal court supervision, the form and function of the jail has changed. Unearthing the history of the New Orleans jail and its relationship with the city, this essay discusses new solutions that include the voices of the impacted communities.
Jun 14, 2017
With the update of the Louisiana Coastal Master Plan, the infusion of money from the BP settlement, and the existential issue of coastal land loss, Southeast Louisiana has the makings for a water management cluster.
Mar 17, 2017
This infographic highlights the importance of minority-owned businesses and a few key policies and practices that can be undertaken to increase the benefits that can be realized to and from minority entrepreneurs.
Dec 14, 2016
This report is a statistical snapshot of the well-being of New Orleans children/youth, designed to inform the development of strategies that can improve the academic, social, and behavioral outcomes of children/youth age 0 to 24.
Sep 27, 2016
This infographic explains how cross-metro collaboration will be essential to the Super Region's long-term prosperity and provides updated Super Region commuter data.
Aug 01, 2016
This infographic explains how leaders can work to maximize workforce opportunities associated with the increasingly important water management cluster.
Jun 15, 2016
This infographic explains why heterogeneous social leadership is so important, and where we stand in Southeast Louisiana.