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The world

This is a blog entry by Nathan Rothstein, a volunteer with the Phoenix of New Orleans. This entry explores issues of inequality and racism.

Planning Process Part 1

This is a blog entry by Nathan Rothstein, a volunteer with the Phoenix of New Orleans. He writes about a committee he is part of to help rebuild the Tulane/Gravier neighborhood. Specifically, Nathan is working with the sub-group dealing with open space planning.

November Planning

This is a blog entry by Nathan Rothstein, a volunteer with the Phoenix of New Orleans. This entry details a meeting for Planning District 4's second meeting on November 11, 2006 held at the John McDounough High School. http://www.rothsteinyear-after.blogspot.com/

Orleans Parish Prison

This is a blog entry by Nathan Rothstein, a volunteer with the Phoenix of New Orleans. This post chronicles the status of the Tulane/Gravier neighborhood during and after Katrina. Nathan particularly focuses on the plight of the inhabitants of the Orleans Parish Prison (OPP). http://www.rothsteinyear-after.blogspot.com/

Neighborhood Partnership Network Meeting

This is a blog entry by Nathan Rothstein, a volunteer with the Phonenix of New Olreans. This post details a Neighborhood Partnership Network Meeting on February 7, 2007. The meeting was focused on a small rental program in the city. http://www.rothsteinyear-after.blogspot.com/