National Crime Victims Rights Week April 2-8, 2017:
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May 28th Weekly Update!
May 28, 2007
From now on, we will be writing our weekly letters at the beginning of
the week rather than the end. This shift is partly to accommodate the
May 17th Weekly Update!
Interesting news aired this week: Fox is planning a television series
based on New Orleans cops. The very possibility of this series
indicates the continuing national interest in our city's[...]
May 10th Weekly Update!
1. City Walks resume! With festival season behind us, we will start
a fresh round of City Walks this Sunday evening, Mother's Day, May 13,
at 7pm. We[...]
April 24th Weekly Update!
April 24, 2007
This Thursday and Friday afternoon, we encourage all of you to visit the New Hope Baptist Church in Central City, where Pastor John Raphael has coordinated[...]
April 19th Weekly Update!
April 19th, 2007
National Crime Victims' Rights Week will occur this year April 22-28. The slogan for this week, which has been set aside each year since 1981, is[...]
April 11th Weekly Update!
The New Orleans music community was hit again yesterday, when beloved performer Deacon John lost his son Keith Moore, also a musician, to gunfire on our streets. Keith[...]
April 5th Weekly Update!
>First of all, we want to say thank you to the musicians, children, and
>supporters who have come out for our Youth Music Clinics. The
>Wednesday evening clinics have been[...]
March 28th Weekly Update!
First of all, a reminder that Thursday evening will bring a wonderful opportunity to hear the perspective of the FBI on the violent crime situation in New Orleans. Chip[...]
March 21st Weekly Update!
March 21, 2007
This weekend, SilenceIsViolence is proud to inaugurate our City Walks: weekly evening strolls from one New Orleans neighborhood to another. These casual walks are designed to[...]