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ABOUT LATOYA

She had just taken off her hazmat suit. After several days spent gutting Broadmoor’s Andrew H. Wilson School with neighbors and student volunteers, LaToya faced a group of reporters.

 

It was early 2007, more than a year and half following Hurricane Katrina and the levee failures, and LaToya, president of the Broadmoor Improvement Association, implored the state to present a plan to fix New Orleans’ damaged schools…

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NEWS & MEDIA

April 23, 2017

Councilwoman LaToya Cantrell enters mayor’s race

Nevertheless, even before her formal announcement, Cantrell sounded like a mayoral candidate. When asked if she was afraid for the future of New Orleans, due to the recent political developments

April 23, 2017

LaToya Honors Women and Stands Against Gender Discrimination

Calling them the “Women of Steel,” LaToya presented plaques to 38 women in New Orleans

April 23, 2017

My soul found its home in New Orleans

This film draws inspiration from Andra Day’s song “Rise Up.” It features African American women

April 23, 2017

LaToya Cantrell, Madame Mayor?

“LaToya is the most interesting up-and- coming elected official in New Orleans today.....”

April 23, 2017

“She has pledged her life to public service.” LaToya wins life time achievement award

LaToya Cantrell‘s work in city government and service as a neighborhood organizer was honored