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Who we are

I am a born and raised native of New Orleans. Born in the 7th ward and grew up in the 6th. This area is ground zero for Creole Mardi Gras traditions with second lines, baby dolls and Mardi gras Indian tribes. French, African and Spanish influences created one of the most unique cultures in the new world. One of my favorite things to do is to share my creole roots with you.  Many people come to New Orleans and when they arrive they can sense that it is not the same as anywhere else in America. Let me teach you why. Our food is different, our rituals are different our music is different. Maybe you have wondered why?  Its no accident you came here and that you will now begin a journey of discovery in what it means to be a Creole in New Orleans.

Voodoo, dance, music, food and ritual

These are just some of the words that lead people to the city of New Orleans.  Millions of visitors flock here every year looking for an experience they can’t have anywhere else.  Take a tour and discover for yourself .

Mother Marie

Mother Marie

Marie Laveau is the most famous of the Voodoo Priestess’ to live in New Orleans. Voodoo is still widely practiced in New Orleans and has been for nearly 300 years

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Ghede

Black Hawk Voodoo Priest Divine Prince
Local Voodoo Obeah Bokor

Voodoo involves many ancient rituals but here in New Orleans voodoo in tightly intertwined with being Catholic. Learn why

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African American Society Tomb

Frequently sited as the northern most city in the Carribean New Orleans brings many cultures alive

Education Through Storytelling