Tag Archives: New Orleans

Movin’ and Shakin’

15 Jun

1964847_10152938199313957_45631041219715969_nI have some big life changes coming up in the next month or so, changes that are taking me away from the city that has become part of my blood. I am excited, elated for the changes coming my way and for the growth that I know I will experience but leaving a place that has shaped my entire being the way in which New Orleans has is difficult. I have every intention to keep blogging from wherever I am, but nolafeminizer will likely be taking on much broader topics. I’d love for input and possible guest bloggers, especially those still in the New Orleans area.



Forum for Equality Mardi Gras Masquerade

22 Jan

Thursday, January 23, 6pm – 9pm

2437 Jefferson Avenue, New Orleans, LA, United States Map

Hosted by Craig Magleby. Come join Forum for Equality for a fun night of masks, music and libations! Suggested membership donation $40 Drinks and light refreshments will be served! Come one, come all!

Facebook event info

Medicaid Expansion Public Action Rally in New Orleans

15 Jan
Thursday, January 16, 2014
6:30 PM
New Orleans City Council – Council Chambers
1300 Perdido Street
New Orleans, la 70112

The Jeremiah Group Healthcare Team, together with Councilwoman Latoya Cantrell, is holding a Medicaid Expansion Public Action Rally.

Joining will be Senator Karen Carter Peterson to tell about her new Medicaid Expansion bill, along with other elected officials for the 2014 Legislative Session.

Tanzie Jones of the Louisiana Healthcare Cooperative will be onsite to provide information about affordable health insurance.

Dr. Don Erwin of the St. Thomas Community Health Clinic will speak to need for Medicaid Expansion for our state and Ms. Barbara Major and her team will be onsite to make appointments to help people enroll affordable health insurance.

Please RSVP to jeremiahgroupno@yahoo.com or call (504) 491-1179 by Tuesday evening.

Louisiana National Organization for Women (NOW) Event- Why Courts Matter: Creating a Diverse and Representative Judiciary

14 Jan

Wednesday, January 29, 2014

7:00 PM to 8:30 PM

Touro Synagogue

4238 St. Charles Ave, New Orleans, LA

The event will host three dynamic speakers discussing the importance of the courts to women and society.

Speakers include

Sally Kenney, Executive Director, Newcomb College Institute

Ellen Buchman, VP  of The Leadership Conference on Human & Civil Rights, Wash., DC

Terry O’Neill, President National Organization for Women (NOW)

Moderator María Pabón López,  Dean,  Loyola College of Law

There will also be a lunchtime presentation for Tulane/Loyola Law students earlier in the day

Moderator: David D. Meyer, Dean Tulane Law School

Noon -1pm on the Loyola Campus

New Year, More Writing… Hopefully

5 Jan

It has come to my attention that I need to refocus my energies on my writing, especially on this blog. With a new year upon us I figure there is no better time than now to do so. On that note, I would love to get some feedback from you, my readers on what types of things you would like me to write about this year. More New Orleans centered news? Pop culture related events? Political issues? I am here for you after all. And I may be facing some writers block… 

So let me know! I am looking forward to putting out a weekly blast every Thursday morning this year, so look for it!


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