Blights Out for Mayor

For one year, Blights Out occupied a billboard on the corner of Orleans Ave and Galvez St. with public announcements on the policies and protocols behind the housing crisis in New Orleans.

Blights Out for Mayor called for and suggested entry points into a post-Katrina Truth and Reconciliation process. It sought the redress of policies and values imposed in the wake of disaster that reinforce ecological apartheid in our housing landscape and that threaten to turn our city into a gentrified fortress that shelters the wealthiest from the rising-up of seas and people.

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