On February 3, 2021, the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana held oath administrations in which 12 petitioners pledged allegiance to the United States and became new U.S. citizens. The Honorable Nannette Jolivette Brown, Chief Judge for the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana, presided over the oath administrations. To abide by COVID-19 safety protocols, the oath administrations were held outside, participants wore masks, and all maintained at least a 6-foot distance from one another. Dedicated members of the New Orleans Chapter of the League of Women Voters were present to help new citizens register to vote following the oath administrations. To view photographs of the oath administrations, please select this link.
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News & Announcements: 2021-02
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2021 African American History Month Celebration: The History & Traditions of Black Sororities and Fraternities, Friday, February 26, 2021, 12:00-1:00 pm, via Zoom
U. S. Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Vice-President Kamala Harris, and Novelist Toni Morrison, just to name a few, were all members of black sororities or fraternities. These organizations, commonly referred to as the “Divine Nine,” play an integral role in many African Americans’ lives. Please join us in exploring the rich history and traditions of these quintessential African American organizations. And we invite all participants to wear their “colors” and share their personal stories of how black Greek life organizations helped shape their lives. To register for the event, please send an email to LAED_RSVP@laed.uscourts.gov. To view the event flyer, please click here.