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60th Anniversary

New Orleans School Desegregation

On November 14, 2020, Didtrict E City Council Member Cyndi Nguyen led the City Council of New Orleans in hosting The New Orleans Four Proclamation Day Ceremony at Gallier Hall located on St. Charles Ave, during the 3rd phase of the Covid-19 shutdown. Only 150 ivited guests were allowed to attend the outdoor event. Each of the Civil Rights Pioneers received a Proclamation from the City Council and they received the Key to the City from Mayor LaToya Cantrell, the first female Mayor of the city of New Orleans, Louisiana.

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Left to Right
Dorothy Prevost, Leona Tate, Tessie Prevost and Gail Etienne

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New Orleans Poet
Sunni Patterson

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Left to Right City Council Members
Jason Williams, Jay Banks (behind), Cyndi Nguyen and Helena Moreno.

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National Director
U.S. Marshal Service
Donald Washington

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New Orleans Leaders
at Gallier Hall

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KEYS TO THE CITY
Mayor LaToya Cantrell

60th Anniversary

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Executive Director
ACLU Louisiana
Alanah Odoms

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