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Four New Orleans Mayors and our Mayor-elect to Speak April 5 at Loyola University New Orleans

Loyola press release - March 22, 2018

In a spirit of celebrating the city’s tricentennial, the Institute of Politics, in collaboration with the Norman C. Francis Leadership Institute, hosts an important civic lecture next month titled “One New Orleans: Five Perspectives, Insights from Four Mayors and One Incoming Mayor of New Orleans.” Four of New Orleans’ five living mayors, as well as Mayor-elect LaToya Cantrell, will be on hand to discuss the city’s past, present, and future, making for an exciting and informative evening.

Mayor Moon Landrieu (1970-1978), Mayor Sidney Barthelemy (1986-1994), Mayor Marc Morial (1994-2002), Mayor Mitch Landrieu (2008-2016) and Mayor-elect LaToya Cantrell will discuss “One New Orleans: Five Perspectives” with Gambit political editor and Loyola alumnus Clancy DuBos, J.D. ’93, who will serve as moderator. The former mayors will draw on their experiences at City Hall and Mayor-elect Cantrell will present an eye toward the future as they discuss the city’s Mayoral leadership over the last 40 years and assess the current issues facing New Orleans as we celebrate our tricentennial.

The talk begins at 7 p.m. on Thursday, April 5, 2018 in the Louis J. Roussel Performance Hall, located in the Communications/Music Complex at Loyola University New Orleans, 6363 St. Charles Ave., New Orleans, La. 70118. A reception for Loyola Society members will begin at 5:30 p.m. in the Roussel lobby.

This pivotal event, which is free and open to the public, will represent the 9th Ed Renwick Lecture.

The annual lecture honors Ed Renwick, Ph.D., long considered the dean of New Orleans political analysts. Renwick taught political science at Loyola for nearly 40 years and was the director of the Institute of Politics from the early 1970s until his retirement in 2008. Renwick was voted “Best Pollster in New Orleans” by readers of Gambit newspaper and was the recipient of a Role Model Award presented by the Young Leadership Council in 1995. In 1999, Renwick was inducted into the Louisiana Political Hall of Fame in Winnfield, La.

“Together, these four mayors have led New Orleans through many seminal moments in our city’s history,” said Tommy Screen, director of the Institute of Politics. “Through their insights, we will gain an understanding of how their administrations led our city through the many challenges & triumphs we have experienced. With an eye toward the future, Mayor-elect LaToya Cantrell will help shed light on what we may expect from her administration.”

For more information on the lecture, contact Institute of Politics Director Tommy Screen at 504-864-7082 and tscreen@loyno.edu. Please RSVP for the private reception and reserved seating for Loyola Society members online to Denise Hutchinson at (504) 861-5758 or dmhutchi@loyno.edu.


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