F3_9 A People's Guide to New Orleans: Resistance in the Treme

Type: Field Trip
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Day: 4/12/2018
Start / End Time: 10:00 AM / 12:00 PM (MDT)
Room: Field Trip Departure, Canal Street Entrance, Main Lobby, Marriott Hotel
Organizers: The American Association of Geographers


To attend this field trip you must register in advance at the AAG on-site registration desk (Mardi Gras Ballroom, 3rd floor, Marriott). All field trips depart from the Canal St. entrance of the New Orleans Marriott.

F3_9 A People's Guide to New Orleans: Resistance in the Treme

Organizers: Elizabeth Steeby (A People’s Guide to New Orleans/ University of New Orleans), Lynnell Thomas (A People’s Guide to New Orleans / U Mass Boston)

This walking tour will visit sites just outside the French Quarter, with a focus on the historic African American neighborhood, Treme, and the area annexed to create Armstrong Park. Within just a few blocks, we will map an ongoing legacy of religious, cultural, and political resistance. In the spirit of the forthcoming People's Guide to New Orleans, we will offer counter-narratives of city icons and sites, considering, for example, Louis Armstrong's response to segregation, St. Augustine Church's role in post-Katrina social protest, and communal archiving of Mardi Gras Indian history.


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