Resiliency Politics & Mutual Aid in the Wake of Hurricane Ida

September 14, 2021

Resilient, /r??zily?nt/, adjective 1. (of a person or animal) able to withstand or recover quickly from difficult conditions. The word resilient is one that has been oft-used to describe those of us in Louisiana who survived Hurricane Katrina. A description one finds in media spectacles, political assurances, and academic studies. However, this notion of resiliency […]

Analysis Says Formosa Plastics Plant Is “Financially Risky” Yet St. James Council Still Supports It

May 14, 2021

St. James Parish is fed up with its council.  Residents have spent years telling the council that the Formosa Plastics development will only bring sickness and death to St. James, doubling the Parish’s toxic air emissions.  They’ve revealed to the council lie after lie that Formosa Plastics told to duplicitously gain land-use approval. And now […]

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