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FFL, three other organizations honored with the 2017 NCRP Impact Awards

"Foundation for Louisiana is humbled and excited to receive the first-of-its-kind 'Mover and Shaker' Award for Bold Peer Organizing," said Flozell Daniels, Jr., FFL's president and CEO. "This work is powered by our incredible grantee partners, talented staff and board, our public sector partners and, most important, the wisdom of community in the pursuit of greater equity outcomes. Considering the task at hand, this is just the beginning."

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FFL plays key role in 2017 Unity Summit this week in New Orleans

FFL serves as one of the sponsors of the Summit, and is a member of the Action Table of fellow sponsor Greater New Orleans Funders Network (GNOFN). Alfredo A. Cruz, FFL's Vice-President of Programs and Special Initiatives, serves on the Summit's Planning Committee.

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Mardi Gras Indian Cultural Campus Project: Eyes on the Park

History is embedded into the fabric of every New Orleans neighborhood, especially Uptown (Central City). In the early years of the civil rights movement, the Southern Christian Leadership Conference was founded in New Zion Baptist Church on 3rd Street & LaSalle, across from A.L. Davis Park.[1] In 1963, the largest civil rights march in New Orleans history started from the park.[2] In recollection …


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