MOSAIC NOLA:The Gentilly Project

Thursday, December 07, 2006

Gone to the new Gentilly Project blog

www.gentillyproject.blogspot.com

Thursday, November 02, 2006

Conference Call 11/3/06

Our regularly scheduled conference call will be happening tomorrow, Friday November 6th , at 8:30 AM Central.

Please email gentilly@mosaic-nola.org if you would like to attend and give feedback or suggestions.

Monday, October 30, 2006

Katrina Help in NOLA

The Dartmouth College student organization Katrina Help (organized through the Tucker Foundation, which aids service-related projects) will be travelling down to New Orleans this December.

Their mission is to help attract more resources to New Orleans communities and help in the more effective allocation of resources, which includes working from the ground in Gentilly to identify neighborhood needs and map neighborhood recovery - in addition to completing short collaborative projects with local government and other non-profit agencies.

Tuesday, October 17, 2006

No Call Friday (NOTE CHANGE): DSCEJ Symposium in NOLA This Week!

Regular Gentilly Project Conference Call attendees/invitees take note: there will not be a conference call this Friday morning.

The reason? The "Race, Place and the Environment" symposium, of the Deep South Center for Environmental Justice, will be taking place from Thursday until Saturday morning this week.
Quintus will be leading his workshop from 10:45 AM to Noon on Saturday for those who are interested!

More info about the Sympsium can be found at
http://www.dscej.org/symposium/symposium.htm

...Conferences of the Gentilly Project will resume as usual NEXT Friday. 10/27/06.

Tuesday, October 10, 2006

Holy Cross School moves to Gentilly

Click here. This is a pretty big boost to Gentilly. Quite a number of residents and others have been working hard on this as part of an larger effort to improve the recovery conditions for Gentilly

Thursday, September 28, 2006

Regular Conference Tomorrow (Friday)

At 8:30 AM Friday there will be another conference.

We are continuing our focus from Tuesday.

If you would like to participate please email gentilly@mosaic-nola.org

Monday, September 25, 2006

Conference Call Tues 9/26 7 PM Central

These are the neighborhoods and blocks we would like to focus on right now.

Gentilly Heights East: Elysian Fields, from Carnot to Mandolin (approx. 25 residences)

Mirabeau: King, between Paris and Pratt (approx. 29 residences)

St. Roch Bend: Abundance, between Elysian Fields and Music. (approx. 32 residences)