Ubuntu staff and board met last night to plan our mentoring programming with at-risk youth. We can’t wait to start next month!
Ubuntu Village is very excited to be collaborating with the People’s Assembly in an upcoming rally for jobs for youth! NO to the $40 million surveillance plan YES to jobs for young people! NO to Mass Incarceration YES to Youth Job Opportunities Rally Saturday, April 22 at 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM CDT. Location New[…]
Ubuntu Village partnered with Liberty’s Kitchen New Orleans to serve a holiday meal to young people incarcerated at the Youth Study Center and their families.
Say NO to Landrieu’s $40 million surveillance plan! http://www.nola.com/politics/index.ssf/2017/03/with_new_details_of_landrieus.html
Violence can mean running a highway through a historic Black community like Tremé or tearing down homes in a historically Black neighborhood in Mid-City to build a biomedical complex, Violence can mean treating local school children like guinea pigs and laboratory rats in the name of educational progress or treating charter school students like prison[…]
“Students from 5th-through-8th grades at KIPP Believe College Prep, KIPP Central City Academy, KIPP Leadership Academy, KIPP McDonogh 15 Middle School and Lafayette Academy each presented a plan they thought would best help reduce violence. It included everything from technology to using money from the $40,000,000 citywide safety plan to help provide summer jobs.” The[…]