As desegregation became law, Lincoln Beach, a once joyous and safe place for Black families during the oppression of Jim Crow, was shut down and…
Source: City assesses the feasibility of reopening Lincoln Beach, the historic waterfront park built during segregation
Dat Nola Chic
Dat NOLA Chic is a cultural liaison and freelance writer who is passionate about sharing her New Orleans culture with others. She serves as a bridge between cultures and provides a unique perspective on the city's history, traditions, and people.
Dat NOLA Chic believes new Orleans is alive with a loving, resilient mothering soul whose spirit is kept alive within the hearts of New Orleanians.
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