What 'Where Does it Hurt?' | The NOHD is launching a health equity initiative, and is ready to expand its definition of what 'health' means for a city and its residents. This means looking beyond physical illnesses like diabetes, obesity, and heart disease, and broadening horizons to include mental health, trauma, food access, access to healthcare, regular incomes, affordable housing, and education. So together, the NOHD and Bring Your Own (with help from NOCCJ) join forces to ask: What’s chipping away at our health? And what can we do to heal?
When January 12th, 2017
Where Circle Food Store (1522 St Bernard Ave) *in the produce aisle
What deplorable conditions | slimy slumlords | pushed out | pushing back. The struggle and success stories of renters' rights, told by tenants, lawyers, friends, #neighbors.
When October 20, 2016
Where The Radical Arts & Healing Collective
Plus in partnership with the Fair Housing Action Center
What Eight people (mostly young people!) tell true stories about why they're tired.
When July 28th, 2016
Where The Homer Plessy Community School at 2021 Pauger Street
Plus with Unprisoned
What ....things you did just for the money, or what you did knowing there was no paper at all; rent parties, Japanese commercials, egg selling? You tell us.
When April 21st, 2016
Where The Jazz & Heritage Center (1205 N Rampart Street) *outside
Plus In partnership with NOVAC and the Sync Up Cinema Conference!
What We're chewing with our mouths open to announce, in partnership with Pizza Delicious, a night of your greasiest | cheesiest | sauciest | post-game victorious | 3am blurriness | on-the-go folded-ness | pie to the face tales of everyone's favorite fresh-from-the-oven lovin'.
Where The Old Ironworks (on Piety btwn Royal+Chartres, across from Pizza D)
Where Wonderland Studios (3233 St. Bernard Ave) ;where your dreams become reality'
Where The Broad Theater (636 N. Broad)
Where 623 N. Rendon St.
Where 915 N. Dupre
Where Bywater Boxing Club – 617 Piety
Where Fortier Park