Five New Orleans writers will explore the theme native, homeland, exile through readings and a Q&A from 6 – 8 p.m. on Wednesday, June 11, at the Press Street HQ (3718 St. Claude Ave.). They will provide attendees a concert of voices from women writers of color that unflinchingly captures the coming of age in … The N.O. Loving Festival presents: NATIVE. HOMELAND. EXILE.
NATIVE. HOMELAND. EXILE. Five New Orleans Women of Color Writers Capture The Coming Of Age In America’s New South. “A thousand camera flashes light the way as Black Indians dance even to the grave.” – J. Hilt “Sometimes the only way to rid yourself of an abomination is to bury it.” – A. Citchens “Teeming … New Orleans Loving Festival – NATIVE. HOMELAND. EXILE.
Please Join Us On LOVING DAY! We’re celebrating the diversity of families in our community with an ice cream social and gallery opening for the photography exhibit “Of Many Colors.” We’re also honoring and the legacy of RICHARD & MILDRED LOVING, the interracial couple whose 1967 landmark civil rights lawsuit “Loving v. Virginia” ended all … New Orleans Loving Festival – LOVING DAY CELEBRATION
Please join Press Street and the New Orleans Loving Festival for MIXED MESSAGES.4 – a group art exhibition about race, racism and the multiracial experience. GALLERY OPENING & RECEPTION Saturday, June 7th Press Street’s Antenna Gallery 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm FEATURED ARTISTS James Edward Bates, Bottletree, Janet Boyd, Luisa Dantas, Jeri Hilt, Soraya Jean-Louis … New Orleans Loving Festival – MIXED MESSAGES.4
The New Orleans Loving Festival is accepting entries for the 2014 Youth Essay Contest. The Loving Festival is a multiracial community celebration and film festival that challenges racial discrimination through outreach and education. Middle school and high school students in the New Orleans-Metairie-Kenner metropolitan area are invited to submit essays that addresses: Why we should … Call for entries: 2014 New Orleans Loving Festival Essay Competition