A Whole Lotta Peoples Is Strong: Graphics from the Louisiana New South Coalition

Author: 
Louisiana New South Coalition 1992
Date Published: 
January 1, 2006

The Louisiana New South Coalition (LSNC) pulled together photos and graphics from a number of grassroots organizations "who see their issue in the context of a greater disease racism – and who understand how racism divides us, hurts us and keeps power in the hands of a very few" to make a calendar with the title A Whole Lotta Peoples Is Strong. The coalition "supports the work of the organizations depicted but they are each independent of each other and of us." Click on the thumbnail graphics below to go to a larger picture.

Calendar detail
The Louisiana New South Coalition
Jim Dunn with Ron Chisom
Jim Dunn and Ron Chisom, 1987
Dance class at Kuji Center
The Kuji Center
Gary Tyler photo
Free Gary Tyler!
Photo detail
Women of the St. Thomas Residents Council
Cancer Alley demonstration
The Gulf Coast Tenants Organization
Africa in outline
Louisiana State Anti-Apartheid Committee
New Orleans Pride Festival pix
Lesbian and Gay Pride
Treme housing problems
Treme Community Improvement Association
Woodcut of refugees from Central America
Ecumenical Immigration Services
And Still I Rise class detail
Welfare Rights Orga