As we approach the ten-year memorial of Hurricane Katrina it is important that we reflect on the changes including what has and what should have happened. The public education landscape has arguably gone through the more changes then any other public service in New Orleans. To commemorate this ten-year memorial The New Orleans Imperative will air an eight part series entitled Reflective Conversations that will feature an array of community members who will reflect on the changes of the public education landscape since Hurricane Katrina. This series will air from Monday July 13th – Monday August 31st,
Today’s show featured parent and educational activists Ashana Bigard.