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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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June 28, 2017

LaToya Listens: Mid-City

The Monday blues weren’t a factor last night as more than 50 people attended the Mid-City stop on the “LaToya Listens” tour. Held in at the Neyow’s Palace Reception Hall, LaToya listened and

June 28, 2017

LaToya Listens: Algiers

A week’s worth of stormy weather did little to dampen the spirit of mayoral candidate LaToya

June 28, 2017

LaToya Listens: Lakeview

New Orleans has often been described as a welcoming place for different walks of life, and

June 28, 2017

LaToya Listens: Central City

Looks can deceive and Tracy Scott, nicely dressed in a skirt, sweater/blouse and sun hat, made

June 28, 2017

LaToya Listens: New Orleans East

It was a busy Saturday for mayoral candidate LaToya Cantrell. Following a candidate forum