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This is a study about the second line in New Orleans from natives of the city.

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A short documentary on New Orleans by XULA's Class of 2022 Gerard LeFrere

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

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Noir Nola, Cierra Chenier tells the history of the oldest black neighborhood in New Orleans: The Treme

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Mr. Smith explains his impact on Xavier students and how his life has changed because of Xavier University of Louisiana.

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Parnell Herbert talks about how he grew up in New Orleans and how he went on to become a community activist.

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Ronnie Dents, a 27-year-old artist, has been doing art since he was a young child. In this interview, he discusses how he has incorporated his art into barbering.

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Co-founder of Akhirah's Praline and Candy, Amy Muhammad recalls her time growing up in New Orleans, facing racism and colorism, and opening a New Orleans style coffee shop in Chicago with her husband.

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A personal narrative of a Katrina survivor. Shirelle Perkins tells her Katrina story and provides life lessons she's learned from it.
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