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Nola natives explain the love that they have for their city and the impact of Hurricane Katrina.

Both traditional forms of art like museums and unconventional like the unique street art scene was studied along with interviews with artist/skater, Irvin Washington.

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This is a questionnaire video to learn more about Heart N Hands. This video entails an interview with the founder, Essence Banks, and an in-depth view of heart disease in young women.

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Jayla experienced her first second line at the age of two with her family. She is now nine, and reflects back on her most memorable experiences while participating in second line.

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The Men of Class Social Aid and Pleasure Club host a second line parade featuring Ladies of Class & King of Kings S.A.P.C. "Da Truth Brass Band" is also featured.

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Showcase of HBCU students artwork in the Ogden Art Museum. The photographer wanted to highlight the lives in the neighborhood she lived in.

This is an interview with Dr. Gary Wiltz, a New Orleans native, Tulane University School of Medicine graduate, and award-winning physician who is the Chief Executive Officer of Teche Action Clinic.

Super Sunday is a procession and festival to give the public a chance to witness the Mardi Gras Indians. It is an consisted of incredible craftsmanship, unique music and street rituals. New Orleans natives and tourist share their experience with…

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Southside Ali'San is an upcoming artist in New Orleans who shares his experiences and passion as an influencer to others.

An interview with the owner and director of N'fungola Sibo African Dance and Drum Company.

Chadvett grew up in New Orleans, Lousiana, He is a part-time student, and a part-time Artist working just as hard on his career as his studies. In this Interview he goes over some of the aspects of New Orleans and what makes the city real stand out.

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This is a vlog that gives people some insight on what it's like to work in New Orleans. It ranges from the French Quarters, to a black small owned business, to one of the most dangerous jobs; Entergy.

A Professor at Xavier University is the third generation in her family to attend this school. This is a question and answer interview about each person's experience of being a student at Xavier.

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This is a vlog-style video centered around Jamaican Restaurant, Boswell's. This video entails an interview with the owner, Mr. Boswell Atkinson, and the introduction of the restaurant's food and environment to viewers.

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This is a mini-documentary-style video that captures how many communities in New Orleans are celebrating Mardi Gras through House Floats.

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Dr. Calvin Mackie, Creator of STEM in NOLA discusses the founding of STEM NOLA, the mission of the organization, and the significance of STEM and education for black kids.

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This interview captures the effects water has had on communities throughout New Orleans and how it has affected livelihood as well.
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