by Lolis Eric Elie onMay 6, 2010
Louisiana's culture has survived Katrina, faulty levees, soil erosion and a host of other calamities. But will it survive corporate interests and homogenization? How long can it keep up?
by Lolis Eric Elie onApril 27, 2010
The New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival honors Louisiana culture. But in this post-Katrina world, it also mirrors the rifts and tensions about race and class that we find in the rest of the country.
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