Come hear from advocates who are fighting for the abolition of juvenile fines and fees — and winning. Learn how you too can get involved in the campaign for #DebtFreeJustice in Louisiana and across the country.
Join us on July 30 for a parent resource fair and back-to-school give-away!
Everyone wants the best for their children, but New Orleans only spends 3% of the budget on youth. Our parent leaders are calling on the city to invest more in the resources kids and families need to thrive.
GiveNOLA Day is a 24-hour event hosted by the Greater New Orleans Foundation to inspire people to give generously to the nonprofits that are helping our city thrive. Please consider giving to Ubuntu Village today! Donate here!
A great opportunity for 18 to 24-year-olds with the Urban League of Louisiana.
Ubuntu Village speaks out against legislation to further punish kids in the juvenile legal system.
In the lead-up to Hurricane Ida in 2021, New Orleans evacuated 36 children from the city’s juvenile jail to an adult prison – a move both dangerous and illegal. Read our open letter to city officials demanding a new evacuation plan to keep our kids safe.
Is your child involved in the juvenile court system? A new law has eliminated some of the costs you can be charged.
Ubuntu Village director Ernest Johnson says the city has done a disservice to civil rights leader Jerome “Big Duck” Smith, for whom the committee was named.
Read Ubuntu director Ernest Johnson’s op-ed in Nola.com about the need to focus on the root causes of crime.