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audio Ellenie Cruz of the NOLA Herb Gathering 2018 (audio/mpeg 13.1mb) by WTUL News and Views
Kezia speaks with Ellenie Cruz of the NOLA Herb Gathering, coming up on April 15th. A full day of information sharing, classes, and education about local plant medicine practices and how they connect to the culture of people historically from New Orleans....
Posted: Fri Apr 13, 2018 7:23AM
audio Suicide: The Ripple Effect, film screening & discussion (audio/x-wav 263.4mb) by WTUL News & Views
WTUL was joined in conversation by Robin Cilluffa, mental health advocate, and Janet Hayes, president of Healing Minds NOLA, to discuss the upcoming film screening and panel discussion of Suicide: The Ripple Effect, which tells the story of survivor Kevin Hinds....
Posted: Mon Apr 2, 2018 7:32AM
audio Wendi Moore O'Neal & The Community Sing in New Orleans (audio/mpeg 31.2mb) by WTUL News and Views
WTUL News and Views speaks with Wendi Moore O'Neal of Jaliyah Consulting, her bi-monthly community sing project, why she does it, what gives her hope, and an outline of some of the most incredible organizing going on in New Orleans today! Great conversation!...
Posted: Fri Mar 30, 2018 9:32AM
audio Fossil Free Fest // Equity, Complicity, Vision for Action (audio/x-wav 220.8mb) by WTUL News and Views
Maggie of WTUL New Orleans News & Views speaks with four organizers of the Fossil Free Fest, held in New Orleans, Louisiana from April 2nd-April 8th, 2018....
Posted: Wed Mar 28, 2018 11:19PM
audio 6 : An Unbirth with Natalita (audio/mpeg 15.0mb) by WTUL News and Views
Kezia speaks with Natalita and Riley Teahan about their upcoming collaboration on a visual album and performance of Natalita's album six coming up in New Orleans this weekend....
Posted: Fri Mar 23, 2018 7:46AM
audio A Different Kind of Wall - Across the Gulf of Mexico (audio/mpeg 20.4mb) by WTUL News and Views
Scott Eustis, Gulf Restoration Network stopped in to WTUL News and Views to give an update on environmental concerns and issues of injustice in Louisiana and our neighbors to the West. The effects of Hurricane Harvey continue to plague residents in the flood plains....
Posted: Tue Mar 13, 2018 10:20PM
audio Womanifest 9: The Healer, A Celebration of Black Women in New Orleans (audio/mpeg 23.2mb) by WTUL News and Views
Kezia Vida of WTUL News and Views spoke with Brotha Shack and Mama Fiyah about the True Love Movement and their upcoming festival, Womanifest 9, coming up on March 3rd in New Orleans. Speaking about the importance of celebrating and supporting black women, what healing means, and the role of non-black people in the movement....
Posted: Fri Mar 2, 2018 7:19AM
audio Adolph Reed Jr. on Black Politics in New Orleans and Beyond (audio/mpeg 89.6mb) by WTUL News & Views
On February 5th, 2018, writer and scholar Adolph Reed, Jr. gave a public lecture on Black Politics in New Orleans and Beyond to close out Sites of Resistance: An Exhibit Exploring the Geographies + Histories of Social Change in New Orleans....
Posted: Mon Feb 26, 2018 8:44AM
audio Definitive Figures: Upcoming Femme Dance Festival in New Orleans (audio/mpeg 13.7mb) by WTUL News and Views
Kezia Vida speaks with Donna Costello and Maritza Mercado-Narcisse about the upcoming Definitive Figures Festival in New Orleans which focuses on individual and partner performances based on the experiences of women are female-identified people....
Posted: Fri Feb 23, 2018 11:41AM
audio Paper Monuments : History Unbound (audio/mpeg 27.5mb) by WTUL News & Views
Paper Monuments is a series of opportunities, events, and interventions that combines public pedagogy and participatory design to expand our collective understanding of New Orleans and answer the grounding question: What is an appropriate monument to the city of New Orleans today?...
Posted: Fri Feb 2, 2018 3:44PM
audio Westley Bayas III on the Unrig the System Summit (audio/mpeg 27.7mb) by WTUL News & Views
Civic and Community Consultant Westley Bayas III joined WTUL News & Views in the studio to talk about the upcoming represent.us Unrig the System Summit. Folks from near and far and across ideological and partisan lines will gather from February 2nd-February 4th in Tulane University's Lavin-Bernick Center to work on solutions to unrig the United States' political system....
Posted: Wed Jan 31, 2018 8:54AM
audio Monique Verdin Speaks about Fossil Free Fest in NOLA & Her Current Work in Prospect 4 (audio/mpeg 14.2mb) by WTUL News and Views
WTUL News and Views spoke to Monique Verdin about the upcoming Fossil Free Fest in New Orleans the first week of April, which is currently calling for solutions for the environmental crisis facing the Gulf South. She also spoke to us about her current photo exhibition in Prospect 4 that includes photographs from the past 20 years of her family, members of the Houma nation living in the bayous of Southern Louisiana....
Posted: Fri Jan 26, 2018 7:34AM
audio Dead Zone Panel --the Gulf vs Tyson (audio/mpeg 48.0mb) by wtul news
Tyson Panel, Featuring Matt Rota of Gulf Restoration Network...
Posted: Tue Nov 21, 2017 11:26AM
audio Interview with Voice of the Experienced (VOTE) lead organizer Dolfinette Martin (audio/mpeg 42.5mb) by Theodore Hilton
Topics: December 16, 2017 March for Currently and Formerly Incarcerated Women and Girls, incarceration in Louisiana, women's experiences of carceral system, grassroots prison activism in Louisiana....
Posted: Wed Nov 15, 2017 7:21AM
audio News and Views: Interview with Tabitha Mustafa about the New Orleans Palestinian Film Festival (audio/mpeg 21.8mb) by Theodore Hilton
The 3rd annual New Orleans Palestinian Film Festival will take place Friday-Sunday November 3-5. We sat down with festival co-organizer Tabitha Mustafa to discuss this year's program....
Posted: Wed Nov 1, 2017 7:06AM
audio Mark Davis on Governance for Survival (audio/mpeg 7.4mb) by wtulnews
Mark Davis of Tulane Institute on Water Resources and Policy speaks on what kind of citizenry and what kind of governance is necessary for New Orleans and Louisiana to survive....
Posted: Wed Oct 25, 2017 9:43AM
audio Brentin Mock on Hope for New Orleans, then and now (audio/mpeg 14.8mb) by wtul news
Brentin Mock on Hope for New Orleans, then and now. Mock recounts the stories and attitudes of local people's ideas about what a sustainable New Orleans entails, in regards to the environmental challenges, but also the challenges of racial justice, action on which seems to be at an ebb....
Posted: Wed Oct 25, 2017 9:40AM
audio Stories at the Crossroads: Who Built This City? (audio/mpeg 28.8mb) by WTUL New Orleans 91.5 News & Views
Mr. John Hankins, Director of the Craftsman Guild of New Orleans, offers his answer to the guiding question of the Paper Monuments project: what is an appropriate monument to our city today? His story draws our attention to the often unacknowledged work of craftsmen who do ironwork, ornamental plastering, restoration welding, and blacksmithing, and on the concrete block where the Jefferson Davis monument once stood, Mr. Hankins' words about the craftsmen Philip Reid formulate into a monument ...
Posted: Fri Oct 20, 2017 2:43PM
audio The Listening Post - Radio Democracy in Action (audio/mpeg 22.0mb) by WTUL News and Views
WTUL News and Views Dj Under The Bus interviews Thomas Walsh, Natalie Yahr and Claudia Lopez about The Listening Post and their most recent segment produced in partnership with The Trace: "What's Recovery Like After Being Shot?" 24:00 Listening Posts around the country "share a common purpose: to revitalize or create conversation between local media, civil society, and citizens; to connect people with each other and with sources of information and action on local issues; and to give people a...
Posted: Mon Oct 9, 2017 8:07AM
audio Updates From Puerto Rico: in conversation with Jorge Díaz Ortiz (audio/x-wav 313.3mb) by WTUL New Orleans 91.5 News & Views
Puerto Rican artist and organizer Jorge Díaz Ortiz phoned in from San Juan to update WTUL News & Views on the devastation brought to the island by Hurricane Maria and decades of colonialism. Tina Orlandini, Development Coordinator for the community arts and organizing collective AgitArte (of which Jorge is the Artistic Director), keeps us updated on how to plug into relief efforts and show up for Puerto Rico in New Orleans....
Posted: Wed Oct 4, 2017 1:37PM