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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

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...

As recent as mid-April there were interests in and around New Orleans and musings over Mayor-elect Latoya Cantrell’s transition and what she was or wasn’t saying about how she would move the city smoothly from the one administration to the next...

"Bayleaf Creative Photography Exhibit"

May 04, 2018


A Photo Exhibition by Courtney Williams


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