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Losing Our Commons—Predatory Planning in New Orleans: The Importance of History and Culture in Understanding Place
I walked beyond the French Quarter. Past the clean, brightly lit streets and postcard views. I crossed through Treme, where debris still lay in the streets. Back into the Seventh Ward, into a war zone. I was looking for Mama D’s place. Almost every house was abandoned; whole blocks had been flooded out. The only vehicle I saw was a military ATV, which rolled by us as we tried to cross the street, jumping over the foul-smelling mud. The water had drained away, but not much else had changed in the five months since the storm. The devastation was staggering and the stillness rang with a post-apocalyptic resonance. It wasn’t until we turned onto North Dorgenois Street that we saw the first sign of life: a bonfire surrounded by people cooking food, cars bringing news and supplies, volunteers working, camping out, and all of it circling around Mama D, the woman in charge.
FAILING THE RACE: A HISTORICAL ASSESSMENT OF NEW ORLEANS MAYOR SIDNEY BARTHELEMY, 1986-1994
A Thesis Submitted to the Graduate Faculty of the Louisiana State University Agricultural and Mechanical College in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts in The Department of History by Lyle Kenneth Perkins B.A., Armstrong Atlantic State University, 2002 August 2005
ATTACKING JIM CROW: BLACK ACTIVISM IN NEW ORLEANS, 1925-1941
A Dissertation Submitted to the Graduate Faculty of the Louisiana State University and Agriculture and Mechanical College In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in The Department of History by Sharlene Sinegal DeCuir B.A., Xavier University, New Orleans, 1999 M.A., Louisiana State University, 2001 May 2009
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