City Council at Large Candidate JP Morrell Got Put in a Hard Days Work in Effort To Help With Trash Pickup Shortage

September 20, 2021

City Council At Large candidate JP Morrell just concluded three hot days of stinky work picking up decaying garbage in Gentilly and New Orleans East.  While the City Council was sitting in their air conditioned chambers discussing the garbage problem on Friday, Morrell was volunteering as a hopper to get first hand experience on what […]

Game Changer: Progressive Champion Gary Chambers Endorses Karen Carter Peterson for Congress

March 29, 2021

  With two people left competing for former Congressman Cedric Richmond’s seat, in a run-off with state Senators Troy Carter and Karen Carter Peterson, an important endorsement has arrived that may sway the race. Gary Chambers, who came in a very respectable third with 21% in the March special election, endorsed Sen. Peterson. Sen. Peterson […]

Louisiana State Police Failed to Reprimand Trooper for Using Racial Slur, Agency’s Troubling Record on Race Goes Back Decades

September 6, 2020

On September 3, WBRZ reported that Louisiana State Trooper August McKay referred to a black colleague as a “fucking n—er” in 2017.  The Louisiana State Police investigated the incident and wrote a letter of reprimand that WBRZ called a “slap on the wrist.” However, even that minuscule punishment never reached McKay’s desk.  Instead, a federal […]

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