Engine of Equality
Kara Tucina Olidge, PhD, Executive Director of the Amistad Research Center at Tulane University, explores New Orleans as a frontier for legal battles and protests that fueled the Civil Rights movement.
About New Orleans 300
The New Orleans Public Library is proud to present New Orleans 300, a fascinating series of discussions, presentations, and book-signings created to bring New Orleans & the World to life through in-depth programs featuring contributors to the book. In addition to programs related to New Orleans & the World, the series includes Lagniappe programs and exhibits which highlight many of the unique aspects of New Orleans that make it such a special place.
This series was made possible by the Friends of the New Orleans Public Library.
About New Orleans & the World
The New Orleans Convention and Visitors Bureau (NOCVB), the New Orleans Tourism Marketing Corporation (NOTMC), and the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities (LEH) joined together to develop a partnership to produce New Orleans & the World: 1718 - 2018 Tricentennial Anthology, which showcases the incredible events that led to the founding of this great port city in the new world and highlight New Orleans’ contributions to the world over the course of 300 years, including unique cuisine, indigenous music, traditions, and a culture that distinguishes this city from all others. New Orleans & the World serves as the official publication of the Tricentennial year and has been coordinated with the 2018 Tricentennial Commission and the 2018 NOLA Foundation.
LEH will be present with copies of the anthology available for purchase. Refreshments will be served.
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The New Orleans Public Library is proud to announce a temporary installation in partnership with Paper Monuments, Stories Unfold. This series is designed to engage a broader audience than traditional historical markers through the combination of written (narrative) and illustrated (visual) storytelling and is inspired by HistoryPin and the American Library Association. (More)