Christine Brown (aka Cfreedom) is a New Orleans artist, activist, entrepreneur, and educator. She is a photographer, filmmaker and black artist, business, and youth advocate. She is a poet, a rapper, and most importantly, a mother.
Cfreedom Photography is a New Orleans based photography & film production company. Products & Services include portraits, festivals, events, short films, documentaries, aerial photography and videography, digital photo booths, photo/video editing, fine art, and more.
Pra_lees is a cozy restaurant in New Orleans. Stop in and have a quick bite, sample our comfort food, or try out our specialty confections in a hip atmosphere. Call or stop by to inquire about takeout.
Founder/CEO, Erica Rogers
A nurse-driven, humanitarian organization that provides medical mission trips to desolate villages in Uganda, Africa annually.
Braveheart treats underserved patients with life saving results by providing medical services, medicines, supplies, training and education to communities throughout the world. Braveheart recruits qualified medical teams and offers short-term assignments for volunteer doctors, nurses, dentists and other health care professionals as well as non-medical volunteers to conduct overseas medical clinics in areas where health care is limited or difficult to obtain.
Sista Midwife Productions is a birth advocacy organization based in New Orleans, LA. We provide education, training and consultations for communities, birth workers and organizations that work with child bearing families.
Handmade Custom Jewelry & Homemade Natural Body Products for Men, Women and Children.
Through our products we hope to empower you to live the ideals of truth, justice, balance, order, compassion, harmony, and reciprocity.
36 years strong, Community Book Center is the heart of New Orleans Black literature. Located on Bayou Rd. Purchase books, African attire, African fabric, gifts, True detergent, shea butter, art, and more. Rent the space for events, book signings, film screenings, meetings, etc. Come talk with community folks. Bring Mama Vera and Mama Jennifer their flowers while they still can smell them.
Julie “Menhati” Singleton
Therapeutic BodyWork, Spa Services, Energetic Healing, Birth Companion
The mission of Ashé Cultural Arts Center is to use art and culture to support human, community, and economic development.
My content explores natural beauty, identity, culture, social issues, peace and empowerment. It also honors the heritage, contribution and spirit of underrepresented peoples.
The Ellis Marsalis Center for Music, the centerpiece of Musicians’ Village, is a 17,000 square foot facility that serves as a performance, education and community venue. The Center includes a 170-seat performance hall, recording studios and teaching facilities for individual and group instruction, and a gathering place for the community.