Mardi Gras House Floats and the People Behind Them

January 23, 2021

Mardi Gras in New Orleans is definitely different this year. With the city discouraging large crowds and stopping parades as we know them, with their fun, funny, beautiful floats, it’s a real change of pace. However, that hasn’t stopped the citizens of New Orleans from getting in the Mardi Gras spirit. One of the things […]

Education and Cultural Development

July 6, 2020

  Culture is vital in every society, and it teaches people about living together in harmony. However, cultural practices vary from one community to another, although the main focus of the vice is teaching ethics, traditions, and norms.  The success of every culture is dependent on the modern innovations of a given society. These innovations […]

The Progressive’s Weekend: 10/5 – 10/7

October 5, 2018

Past policies, beyond bickering and right at the doorstep of our inner child, this is The Progressive’s Weekend! Almost everyone has had their eyes glued to C-SPAN and news channels following the conclusion and potential confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh. Buried beneath it all, including new-ish revelations of President Trump’s questionable tax history, has been this […]

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