What We Do & Why
We are who we say we are
BAR NONE is a multidisciplinary arts initiative which offers people currently and formerly incarcerated, their families and friends, opportunities for healing, entrepreneurship, education, partnership, and community-driven justice through the arts.
Our Leaders in Service
Tuere Jones, M.Ed
Ms. Sheila Phipps
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What We're Up To
BAR NONE’s 1st of 7 Conversationals, in partnership with Healthy Start New Orleans presents…“Daddies, Donuts, & Dialogue: “A conversation with dad’s on how their being incarcerated affected the relationship between them and their children.” Often times, discussions regarding the prison industrial complex, exclude those who are formerly incarcerated, although we see fit to interview Read more about Daddies, Donuts, & Dialogue[…]
Tuesday, November 27th is #GivingTuesday. We ask that you please remember BAR NONE on that special day! We’re doing some great work in the community and making the world a better place for many, who otherwise would not have a chance to prosper. Please visit our homepage to check out our mission statement and again, Read more about Please remember BAR NONE on #GivingTuesday[…]
Presented by Travis Hill NOLA & Bar None Come view artwork of Travis Hill Students & enjoy light refreshments & learn how to help New Orleans Embrace our young people as they return to our community from incarceration. Event cost: FREE! Donation requested not required. Donate
Come out to sip with us and raise awareness about Bar None.
May in the United States is Mental Health Awareness month and BAR NONE, Inc. would be remiss if we didn’t speak to the fact that millions of American’s, in particular black incarcerated women suffer from mental illnesses. Our partners True Love Movement (www.truelovemoment.com), a New Orleans based licensed counseling agency, are working to shed light Read more about In America A Disproportionate Number of the Black Incarcerated Population Suffer[…]