OVNV, the United Houma Nation, and community members gathered at the New Orleans City Council on November 18th, 2022 to support a motion by Helena Moreno in partnership with OVNV to make Indigenous People’s Day a holiday. The motion passed, and it is now an official New Orleans holiday!
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¡D.A.L.E.! (Developing Academic Leaders In Education) is a paid, ongoing fellowship that develops and prepares teams of ESL teachers and general education teachers to better support students who are English language learners so that they can thrive at school.
As parents, we have the right to hold our children’s schools accountable but we are often met with tactics intended to silence us, intimidate us, and prevent us from actualizing our roles as partners in educating our children. NOLA Public Schools must pass policy that protect parents’ right to advocate for their children, without the fear of being intimidated, silenced, or retaliated against.
Schools have a responsibility to provide ALL children a great education, including those that are English language learners. This campaign began with a city-wide school survey about language services and programs available to their students and families.
In celebration of MLK day join 300 Black and Brown community members on January 23, 2020 to build power and cultivate change through the second annual #BlackAndBrownGetDown!
Join Our Voice Nuestra Voz on the evening of November 2nd to honor our loved ones, ancestors, tradition, and culture. Limited to 100 tickets, RSVP to grab yours now!