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ViaNolaVie: How it all started
Like all successful partnerships, ViaNolaVie started with a shared idea, a mutual need,...
The tangled web of law, lore, and life in contemporary society with parole hearings
In their insightful analysis, Ricky Cai, Celeste Marter, Amanda Ortsman, & Xinya Qin uncover the systemic flaws within the U.S. criminal justice system, particularly focusing on the plight of incarcerated women. Their article emphasizes the need for effective education about the parole hearing process, a critical step towards empowering these women to navigate the complexities of seeking parole. The collaboration with Tulane University's Women's Prison Project highlights the intersection of legal representation, media, and advocacy in addressing these systemic challenges.
Challenging assumptions and seeking solutions about one organization that is helping the most vulnerable
"In their insightful article, Victoria Chan, Sarah Herbster, Austin Nguyen, and Frank Robertshaw delve into the challenges lower-income families face in the aftermath of natural disasters. They highlight how organizations like the St. Bernard Project (SBP) play a crucial role in aiding these communities, offering a stark contrast to the often inadequate government response."