Jordan Flaherty

Jordan Flaherty is a filmmaker and journalist based in New Orleans. You can see more of his work at jordanflaherty.org.

Visions of a Future Beyond Capitalism: Revolutionary Films to Watch Under Quarantine

The Conscious Filmgoers Guide to the Best Films of 2018

New Orleans opinion columnist used racial slur in city council

Best Films of 2016: Black Excellence Versus White Mediocrity

The Films Oscar Left Out: Race, Gender and the Best Films of 2015

Sex Work, Feminism, and Revolution

The Best Films of 2014

Nine Years After Katrina: It’s All About the Takeover

HBO Rewrites Post-Katrina History

World Social Forum Opens in Tunisia

Once Upon a Bayou

The Aftermath of Deepwater Horizon

Floodlines

The Battle for New Orleans Continues

The Jury’s Turn

Defending Killer Cops

Occurrence at Danziner Bridge

High Water Anxiety

Race and Politics in a Rural Louisiana Town

Criminalizing Consensual Sex

The Incarceration Capital of the US

Rogue State

Days of Cop Violence in New Orleans

Fears of Cultural Extinction on Louisiana’s Gulf Coast

Racist Revenge in Jena

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