A new initiative to reduce gun violence.
Ubuntu is excited to announce a new initiative to reduce violence and foster safer, stronger communities in New Orleans.
You’re invited to our annual gala! Whether you’re new to our village or have been with us from the beginning, we need you there celebrate our collective work toward justice.
“We need to focus not just on the leaders who have gotten us to this moment in history but on those who will lead us into the future. It is through intentional effort that we will be able to overhaul the systems created to marginalize and contain the same communities that have endured too much of this nation’s abuse.”
On May 2, join thousands of people in donating to local non-profits that are working to make New Orleans a safe, healthy place to live.
The practice is discriminatory and particularly detrimental to youth.
While the focus of criminal justice reform is so often on young men, women and mothers bear hidden costs – financial, emotional, and otherwise.
Our friends at Café Reconcile are currently recruiting youth ages 16-24 for its workforce training program. Interested? Attend their January Open house on Tuesday, January 31st!
On January 21, the Newcomb Art Museum will debut a multimedia exhibition centering the experiences of more than 20 system-impacted youth.
The holidays can be a particularly hard time for incarcerated youth and their families. We try to create an opportunity for a little joy and togetherness.