The New Orleans Imperative – Monday September 16 , 2019

In Louisiana since Hurricane Katrina several communities have chosen charter schools as the silver bullet to improving their public schools. Baton Rouge like New Orleans has not only chosen the charter school model it also has residents from a section of the city who want to separate from the East Rouge School District.

Tania Nyman a parent an public education advocate from Baton Rouge will share with us the public education challenges facing parents and students.

Please join us at 102.3 FM on your radio dial or listen live online at http://www.whiv.org on Monday at 1:00 PM CST.

All programs are available for listening at your leisure in the Archive section of this website.
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The New Orleans Imperative is proud to return to the airways on WHIV FM a new radio station in New Orleans dedicated to social justice. WHIV’s mission is simple…

We AIM to provide a progressive platform dedicated to human rights and social justice.

We AIM to provide a platform for New Orleans’ overlooked communities to share their narratives.

We AIM to raise awareness of HIV/AIDS and other public health issues that pose a high risk to vulnerable communities.

We AIM to provide a showcase for New Orleans’ musicians.