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2301 Orleans Ave., New Orleans, Louisiana 70119, U.S.A. | United States of America
Dooky Chase’s Restaurant opened its doors for business in 1941. What was initially a sandwich shop and lottery ticket outlet in 1939 blossomed into a thriving bar and later a respected family restaurant in Treme.
2549 Banks St., New Orleans, Louisiana 70119, U.S.A. | United States of America
Soule’ Cafe is located in the heart of New Orleans' Mid City neighborhood. Our family dining concept is "Vegans and Friends".
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801 Harding Blvd., Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70813, U.S.A. | United States of America

Heather Freeman, MPA, Executive Director of Admissions & Recruitment

Southern University was established by Louisiana State Legislature Act 87 in 1880 to serve as an institution of higher learning, graduating students and graduate degrees pertaining to arts and letters for persons of color.
2601 Gentilly Blvd., New Orleans, Louisiana 70122, U.S.A. | United States of America

Walter M. Kimbrough, Ph.D., President

Dillard University is a historically Black institution that cultivates leaders who live ethically, think and communicate precisely, and act courageously to make the world a better place.
6400 Press Dr., New Orleans, Louisiana 70126, U.S.A. | United States of America

Gilda Davis, Registrar

Southern University at New Orleans, a public, historically black university, empowers and promotes the upward mobility of diverse populations of traditional and nontraditional students through quality academic programs, teaching, and research.