posted: 4/29/2016

he Democratic Presidential Primary season in full gear, mail-in ballots have gone out, and the election process for district-level delegates is in full swing. Any Louisiana Democrat who has not completed a mail-in ballot is eligible to vote in person on SATURDAY, April 30th, 2016 between the hours of 9am and 5pm at New Orleans City Hall, located at 1300 Perdido St.,New Orleans, LA 70112.

Janet Hays interviews New Orleans resident Westley Bayas III on what it means to be running as a delegate to represent Bernie Sanders at the 2016 July Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia to ensure that issues such as a nationwide $15/hour minimum wage, systemic criminal justice reform, and making public colleges & universities tuition free are In the Democratic platform for the 2016 election.

Bayas has worked on the inside and outside of government and politics and offers his insight on issues ranging from the effect of big money in politics to how to effect the systems changes necessary to build a more equitable and representative society in America.

There is a link to commit to voting for Bernie’s delegate slate here.
Contact Westley at

posted: 4/29/2016

Kezia speaks to Paulette Mackenzie Leaphart about her 1,000 mile topless walk from Biloxi to DC as a breast cancer warrior and individual who under went a double mastectomy without reconstructive surgery. Filmmakers Emily Mackenzie and Sasha Solodukhina also join.

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posted: 4/16/2016

Bruce Reilly joined Janet Hays on WTUL News and Views in studio to discuss the documentary First Degree - an intimate portrait of three Sing Sing inmates who discover the transformative power of higher education. Their stories are emblematic of larger challenges regarding the criminal justice system and prison industrial complex.

Issues discussed include counterproductive behavior by prison guards who antagonize rather than rehabilitate inmates, the importance of understanding the difference between “jails” and “prisons” for inmate rehabilitation and understanding the pain and difficulties a person may be experiencing at the time of arrest, internal management problems at Orleans Parish Prison (it is a jail) that result in deaths, neglect and conflicts, and key federal initiatives that took away people’s rights to public housing due to felony convictions and the organizing and planning that V.O.T.E. and others did to reverse those initiatives.

Should residents be throwing more money into an old jalopy or do we need a new car?

Bruce is well qualified to speak on the subject. Formerly incarcerated himself, he is now Deputy Director of Voice of the Ex-Offender in New Orleans, LA, a graduate of Tulane Law School and author of NewJack’s Guide to the Big House. Much of his writing can be found on

Contact Bruce Reilly:
J.D.. Deputy Director
3321 Tulane Ave
New Orleans, LA 70116.
Bruce [at]

posted: 4/11/2016

Winter Circle Productions and WTUL present Kurt Vile at Republic Sunday April 17!

Tickets & info:

posted: 2/22/2016

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posted: 11/30/2015

From November 30 to December 4, the internationally renowned Mivos Quartet will be engaged in a new...

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3/28/2016 12:26 PM

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Dear Mama (Remix)
Nujabes feat Tupac
Dear Mama (Remix)
01:53 am
Emblica Officinalis
MF Doom
Special Herbs Vol 7 & 8
Shaman Works
01:50 am
Blakk Impala
The New Tribe
Trial & Error
01:47 am
Philly Beamin
Humblepi 3.14
Elevated Elements
01:44 am
Tigallo for Dolo
Little Brother
01:41 am
A Tribe Called Quest
The Low End Theory
01:32 am
Daykeeper in Ya Ear
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Notorious Exchange
01:30 am
Assata Taught Me (pg 181)
Skipp Coon
MIles Garvey
Tibbit Music
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Vince Staples
Summer 06
Def Jam
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Seven Deadly Sins
Nobody Smiling
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