Statement From Save Our Soul (SOS) Coalition

November 10, 2021

The Save Our Soul Coalition (S0S) wants to thank Mayor Cantrell for listening to the voices of the citizens who are united in their desire that Congo Square, the Morris F.X. Jeff Municipal Auditorium and Louis Armstrong Park remain as the premiere historic cultural center for New Orleans. In the Administration’s announcement today there was […]

Armstrong Park Stakeholders Plan Voter Registration Drive; Await Council Action on Change to Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance

July 14, 2021

The Save Our Soul Coalition (SOS) will hold a voter registration drive Saturday, July 17 at Optimus Entertainment, 9820 Lake Forest Blvd. SOS opposes the proposed relocation of City Hall to the Morris F.X. Jeff Municipal Auditorium in Armstrong Park. The effort to educate and sign-up new voters will take place from 2 p.m. until […]

Mayor Turns to Facebook Instead of Live Meeting To Respond to Treme Culture Bearers

June 17, 2021

As support continues to grow for Treme culture bearers and others who oppose the relocation of City Hall to the Municipal Auditorium in Armstrong Park, Mayor LaToya Cantrell’s administration took to Facebook yesterday to spin its position.   Treme and French Quarters residents are joining with supporters of New Orleans unique culture including musicians, Mardi Gras […]

New Orleans Trans Community Celebrates Rejection of Transphobic Bill–Warns Against Future Ones

May 9, 2021

At New Orleans City Hall, trans organizations, including the Real Name Campaign, and various leaders in the trans community celebrated the defeat of Louisiana State Representative Beryl Amedee’s (R-Houma) House Bill 542. The bill was aimed at limiting transgender female children from participating in girls’ sports. The bill, which was defeated in committee, would have […]

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