Media Ecology Project Fellowship
Fresh Insight and Bright New Perspective
on Media Advocacy in NOLA
MEP Fellow, Journalist
Amairi Cordova is a native of New Orleans, LA and is a Spring 2017 graduate of Southeastern Louisiana University, earning a B.A. in Communication with a concentration in Electronic Media. Amairi is primarily tasked with providing coverage of public health and state politics.
MEP Fellow, Photographer
Breonne Monette is a native of New Orleans, LA. Breonne is currenlty persuing a degree in Mass Communcations and has interned at the campus radio station at Loyola Unviversity. Her desire is to utilize photography as a tool to document life and culture in NOLA.
MEP Fellow, Filmmaker/Photographer
Courtney Williams is a native of New Orleans, LA. Courney will document the Democracy & Power Civic Engagement trainings as well as co produce a short film on the MEP Fellowship project.
Articles & Media
May 02, 2018
NEW ORLEANS, La - The 19th Amendment is arguably one of the most important pieces of legislation passed in favor of women. Now, nearly a century after its passing and ratification, women are taking another shot at shifting our unspoken American paradigm of patriarchy with hashtags such as #MeToo and #ImWithHer. The movement has now come closer to home as Louisiana’s Secretary of State, Tom Schedler, fights allegations of sexual harassment...