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This is a documentary-styled video on the healthcare disparities New Orleans residents face in a post Hurricane Katrina world.

Anna’s Place NOLA is an afterschool program that works with children and youth from K-12 to address the inequities that systematically affect them in New Orleans, such as failing schools, violent neighborhoods, insufficient healthcare, low…

An interview detailing the life of a Woman of Xavier.

Working in the Tremé area post-Katrina after being a New Orleans resident prior, Liz has seen the effects of gentrification first-hand. Through Anna's Place, she supports youths in the hope of restoring a strong sense of community in a culturally…

Mrs.Joanna Purdue, a New Orleans Native, and her husband Mr.Joe Purdue, who has lived here since 1997 shared their stories to success, including a film career that led to an Emmy award for Mr.Purdue.

Coming to New Orleans in the late 1990's, Professor Kinnord has been educating the students of Xavier University of Louisiana about the arts. Outside of the classroom, she continues her education by being a successful artist who makes an effort of…

This documentary style video tells the story of Loretta Harrison and includes detailed accounts from her son, Robert Harrison.

The neighborhood of Gert Town is a keystone of Xavier University of Louisiana and has grown alongside the school. In this video, residents of Gert Town are provided with the opportunity to share their stories and lived experiences.

Washington talks about her experiences growing up and what is most important to her.

BARAKA was an event highlighting the music, art, and fashion of New Orleans. We present audiences the opportunity to view and immerse themselves into the cultural show represented in "My Nola, My Story: BARAKA Event".
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