Deborah J. Langhoff

Publisher at LA Roots

Location:
4234 Canal Street, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States
Company:
LA Roots
HQ Phone:
(504) 259-4525
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Last Updated 10/31/2016

General Information

Employment History

Committeewoman  - Democratic National Convention

Louisiana Democratic Party

OPDEC First Vice Chair  - DSCC-94

Education

DFA Training Academy

Affiliations

Member  - State Central Committee

Participating Member  - District 5 Neighborhood Recovery Steering Committee

Board Member  - NPN

Web References  

LaRoots Home Page

DNC Committeewoman Deborah Langhoff, LDP Chair Karen Carter Peterson and other Louisiana delegates were interviewed by Bruce Alpert, Washington Bureau, The Times Picayune
"Beaucoup Blues" was Louisiana's first democratic grassroots convention, held in New Orleans on July 21-23, 2005 (having been postponed two weeks due to a hurricane threat), and organized by a small dedicated group called Team Beaucoup Blues, led by Tulane student Monisha Sujan and Deborah Langhoff of LaRoots, with sponsorships from Democracy for America and the Hilton Garden Inn. Due to the publication of the LaRoots e-bulletin, a direct involvement in neighborhood recovery issues, and a campaign for the state legislature, Deborah Langhoff (red shirt) was invited to join in the hour long meeting. (Also pictured are NAACP leader Denatus King and Pam Deshiell from the Holy Cross neighborhood. Alan and Deborah Langhoff 4234 Canal Street New Orleans, LA 70119 (504)258-9160 This email address is being protected from spambots.

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Beaucoup Blues

"Beaucoup Blues" was Louisiana's first democratic grassroots convention, held in New Orleans on July 21-23, 2005 (having been postponed two weeks due to a hurricane threat), and organized by a small dedicated group called Team Beaucoup Blues, led by Tulane student Monisha Sujan and Deborah Langhoff of LaRoots, with sponsorships from Democracy for America and the Hilton Garden Inn.

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DNC Committeewoman Deborah Langhoff, LDP Chair Karen Carter Peterson and other Louisiana delegates were interviewed by Bruce Alpert, Washington Bureau, The Times Picayune
"Beaucoup Blues" was Louisiana's first democratic grassroots convention, held in New Orleans on July 21-23, 2005 (having been postponed two weeks due to a hurricane threat), and organized by a small dedicated group called Team Beaucoup Blues, led by Tulane student Monisha Sujan and Deborah Langhoff of LaRoots, with sponsorships from Democracy for America and the Hilton Garden Inn. Due to the publication of the LaRoots e-bulletin, a direct involvement in neighborhood recovery issues, and a campaign for the state legislature, Deborah Langhoff (red shirt) was invited to join in the hour long meeting. (Also pictured are NAACP leader Denatus King and Pam Deshiell from the Holy Cross neighborhood. In March, 2004, LaRoots began as KerryRoots, created by Alan and Deborah Langhoff to promote John Kerry's candidacy in Louisiana, based on widespread clip-boarding at festivals and parish events across Louisiana. Alan and Deborah Langhoff 4234 Canal Street New Orleans, LA 70119 (504)258-9160 This email address is being protected from spambots.

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