New Orleans cacerolazo


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New Orleans cacerolazo

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A couple in the Faubourg St. John neighborhood I'm quarantined in in New Orleans started a nightly cacerolazo to call for more CoVid testing. The cacerolazo is a protest tradition, dating to the Middle Ages, wherein people bang forks or other utensils on pots and pans. Every night at 9pm sharp, the streets here erupt in this beautiful cacophony.

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Casey Ruble

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A person in navy coveralls is washing their hands at a sink. Down below in front of the cabins of the sink is a paper that says: HANDWASH STATION. AVAILABLE TO ALL. *DO NOT DRINK* Handwashing Station at Faubourg Wines New Orleans Link Image

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