CELEBRATING: Where She Stayed in New Orleans

New Orleans homes are internationally known for a rich melding of French, Spanish, and Caribbean architectural styles while continuously evolving to the often-tropical climate. The women who have resided in these homes, including three-time Grammy winner and civil rights activist Mahalia Jackson and novelist Anne Rice, are similarly world-renowned, multi-cultural, and adaptive, as demonstrated by their lives and spaces.

In honor of Women’s History Month, in this Affinity newsletter, attorney Natalie Morris celebrates some of these amazing women and the homes where they stayed in New Orleans.

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MBLB strives to be a diverse law firm. Our goal is to create and maintain an environment that welcomes and fosters mutual respect for different perspectives, backgrounds and life experiences regardless of gender, race, creed, color, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, age or disability. We are committed to ensuring that professional growth and advancement are based on capability and performance and recognize that a diverse workforce enriches our experiences and lends to our success. We value and support all who positively contribute to our practice and our community.

MBLB’s Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Committee members include Members Alan Brackett, Mike Parks, and Simone Yoder, Associate Tyler Loga and Human Resources Director, Linda Castanza.

Among the initiatives the DE&I Committee has launched is the Affinity newsletter, which allows diverse voices and points of view to be shared, both within our firm and externally. The newsletter is intended to educate, particularly on historical diversity issues and their impact on or by the law. While these articles provide valuable perspective, they are not intended to espouse a position by the firm.

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