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Title: “Court Connections”
Denise Frazier is Assistant Director for the New Orleans Center for the Gulf South at Tulane University. An interest in Cuban politics and African Diaspora culture within Latin America led her to New Orleans where she received an MA and Ph.D. in Latin American Studies at Tulane University. 

Come over to the NCI House (7025 Freret St.) anytime between 12:30-1:30 PM to have lunch and meet fellow students and NCI staff. This program is open to all students, and students are also welcomed and encouraged to study at the NCI House anytime we are open. Food will be supplied until it runs out.  

Join Newcomb Art Museum for a free screening of the award-winning documentary by director Royce Osborn, All On A Mardi Gras Day, which tells the story of New Orleans' black carnival, as well as a rare screening of Osborn’s If These Bricks Could Talk, about the Lafitte public housing development. Stick around after the screenings to celebrate the life and artistic impact of this incredible filmmaker at a public reception held at the museum.

Join Newcomb Art Museum for a free screening of the award-winning documentary by director Royce Osborn, All On A Mardi Gras Day, which tells the story of New Orleans' black carnival, as well as a rare screening of Osborn’s If These Bricks Could Talk, about the Lafitte public housing development. Stick around after the screenings to celebrate the life and artistic impact of this incredible filmmaker at a public reception held at the museum.

“Why Jail and Prison Conditions Matter” 

“Why Jail and Prison Conditions Matter” 

Come to an NCI Information Session to learn more about the NCI summer internship grant, research grants, PLEN grants, the NCI Women to Women Mentoring Program, and more. The sessions are at the NCI House (7025 Freret) on the second floor in the Wisdom Dining Room. 

NCI partners with Friends of Ngong Road (ngongroad.org), a Kenya and US-based non-profit organization, to help run a summer camp for school-age children each year. For many of the campers, camp provides access to food and safe shelter over the summer in addition to fun and community. The organization supports children by providing for their education; their fundraising efforts go toward paying school fees, providing supplies, and encouraging the personal development of students in primary and secondary school.

NCI partners with Friends of Ngong Road (ngongroad.org), a Kenya and US-based non-profit organization, to help run a summer camp for school-age children each year. For many of the campers, camp provides access to food and safe shelter over the summer in addition to fun and community. The organization supports children by providing for their education; their fundraising efforts go toward paying school fees, providing supplies, and encouraging the personal development of students in primary and secondary school.

Come over to the NCI House (7025 Freret St.) anytime between 12:30-1:30 PM to have lunch and meet fellow students and NCI staff. This program is open to all students, and students are also welcomed and encouraged to study at the NCI House anytime we are open. Food will be supplied until it runs out.  

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