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Letters to ExxonMobil, Baton Rouge

Thanks to all of the amazing residents who have taken the time to write down their concerns for the inexcusable accidents Louisiana continues to feel from the oil and gas industry; particularly from the ExxonMobil facility in Baton Rouge.


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A Picture is Worth A Thousand Words

While one image may be worth a thousand words, what about an image made of words? LABB Monitoring and Evaluation Associate, Risha Bera, has employed one of the newest analysis tools for identifying frequency of topics: Wordles. This new tool allows for a quick breakdown of transcripts, articles, or other written materials, into a visual representation of how often particular words were said. Though there are limitations for this method, such as context, it does provide a very interesting summary.


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Presenting at the American Public Health Association

Anna Hrybyk, Program Manager for the Louisiana Bucket Brigade (LABB), has had a whirlwind of a week with her recognition as both a New Orleans community leader and a ground breaker in community action at the annual conference for the American Public Health Association (APHA).


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Environmental Justice Corps and Jackson State University

It was a beautiful day for a road trip to Jackson State University in Jackson, MS with the purpose of introducing our Environmental Justice Corps Fellowship Program to the university.


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