Diana Bajoie

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12:01 pm
Fri December 28, 2012

Lack of Funds Hinders NOLA Civil Rights Museum

After 13 years on the drawing board, a civil rights museum in New Orleans appears to be far from becoming a reality in Louisiana.

Lt. Gov. Jay Dardenne tells The Advocate given the fiscal condition of the state, he doesn't see it becoming a priority.

The pace of the project frustrates former state Sen. Diana Bajoie, who originally pitched the museum to the Legislature in 1999.

Bajoie introduced legislation establishing the Louisiana Civil Rights Museum as the state's official civil rights museum.

New Orleans City Council
6:00 am
Thu June 7, 2012

Former State Senator Temporarily Fills New Orleans City Council Seat

City Council President Jackie Clarkson, left, joins Mayor Mitch Landrieu, right, in welcoming former State Senator Diana Bajoie as an interim member of the New Orleans City Council.
Tyler A. Gamble Office of Mayor Mitch Landrieu

Former State Senator Diana Bajoie is the newest member of the New Orleans City Council. Mayor Mitch Landrieu appointed the longtime legislator to represent District B for the next six months.

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