Local Projects and Initiatives


Electronic Field Trip: “We’re All In This Together”

Teachers, along with their students, from across the country watched the live, interactive field trip on November 4 from The National WWII Museum and loved it! WATCH IT NOW. Photo: The Times-Picayune 



Electronic Field Trip: “The Battle of New Orleans”

Electronic Field Trip: “The Battle of New Orleans”
Geared to grades 5-8, the 40-minute Electronic Field Trip features student reporters, interviews with “General Jackson,” a discussion with an expert panel, dramatic video and fun facts. CLICK HERE to watch.



As part of the AMERICAN GRADUATE project, WYES offers a webcast of NOLA PARENTS PERSPECTIVE: A Conversation About New Orleans Public Education 10 Years Post-Katrina. Click here to learn more.



Reshaping a Greater New Orleans: Rebuilding Our Coast

Can Louisiana’s coast be saved? Learn more about what will be done to stop the loss of our wetlands and barrier islands in RESHAPING A GREATER NEW ORLEANS: REBUILDING OUR COAST. 

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WYES Conversations

Marcia Kavanaugh and Errol Laborde discuss Congressional policy and politics with Congressmen Scalise and Landry. Watch it at WYES On Demand.


Reshaping a Greater New Orleans: Five Years Forward

Join WYES on a recovery tour – Reshaping a Greater New Orleans: Five Years Forward


One Community Initiative

View racial attitudes surveys taken post-Katrina by UNO through WYES’ One Community Initiative.

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