Institute of Women and Ethnic Studies

New Orleans, Louisiana, United States

Improve the emotional resiliency and well-being of vulnerable children by increasing the capacity of their families, caretakers and educators to provide nurturing environments

Dec. 1, 2012 - Jan. 31, 2015

Focus Area

Geographic Focus

Louisiana

Amount

$600,000

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Institute for Women & Ethnic Studies’ art program helps New Orleans’ children find their voice

The Institute for Women & Ethnic Studies works with New Orleans’ Central City schools to create a bridge to help children express their feelings and discover kinder ways to relate with one another.

New Orleans

 

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Putting Children First

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