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Shows featuring Nat La Cour

  • The Privatization of Education: How New Orleans Went from a Public School System to a Charter School City Katrinaremember
    While many in New Orleans have waited two years for recovery, the restructuring of its schools seemed to happen overnight. Not long after Hurricane Katrina flooded New Orleans two years ago, the Louisiana Legislature cleared the way for the state to assume control of 107 out of 128 schools in the Orleans district. The state began immediately converting its newly acquired schools to charter...
    August 30, 2007 | Story
  • ALLIANCE FOR DEMOCRACY
    In 1776, a small group of 18th century colonists met in Philadelphia to declare their independence from an existing monarch and his oligarchy. Tomorrow a group of 21st century populists will be going to this same city and the same site to declare independence from America’s current corporate oligarchy.
    July 03, 1997 | Story