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Del Toro’s Shape of Water Flows Beautifully

Yasmine Morris, JRNOLA Film Correspondent With The Shape of Water, director Guillermo Del Toro answers the question that probably no one thought to ask, “What happens when Beauty and The… Read More »Del Toro’s Shape of Water Flows Beautifully
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Christopher Taylor

On July 27, 2003, Christopher Taylor II was born to Terri Frazier and Christopher Taylor Sr. He was born and raised in the city of New Orleans. He now lives… Read More »Christopher Taylor
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Amaria Nelson

Born and raised in New Orleans, Amaria Nelson is a senior at Abramson Sci Academy. She loves to do community service, read, listen to music, watch horror movies and write… Read More »Amaria Nelson
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Saints Ground the Jets at Home

Branisha Spincer, JRNOLA Sports Mentored by Jim Rapier, JRNOLA Board Member Coming into Sunday’s game against the New York Jets at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, the New Orleans Saints may have… Read More »Saints Ground the Jets at Home
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Colorism holds back black women in Hollywood

Amaria Nelson, JRNOLA Arts and Culture Darker-skinned black women have always been treated differently than women who are lighter skinned. It goes back to the slavery period in the United States… Read More »Colorism holds back black women in Hollywood
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Saints devour Panthers, still hungry for more

Branisha Spincer, JRNOLA Sports Entering today’s matchup between the (8-3) Saints and (8-3) Panthers, everyone was watching the highly anticipated matchup of the quarterbacks, and for good reason. Brees, a… Read More »Saints devour Panthers, still hungry for more
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Kayla Gilbert

Kayla was born and immersed in the multicultural melting pot of  New Orleans, Louisiana. She attends Kipp Renaissance High School. Aside from being a firm believer in black girl magic,… Read More »Kayla Gilbert
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