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The Chocolate City speech is the nickname that some people have given to the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day speech by Ray Nagin, Mayor of New Orleans, Louisiana, on January 16, 2006. The speech concerned race politics in New Orleans several months after Hurricane Katrina destroyed much of the city. The reference is to the occurrence of the phrase chocolate city in Nagin's speech, which was one of several points in the speech which occasioned significant controversy.

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  • The Chocolate City speech is the nickname that some people have given to the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day speech by Ray Nagin, Mayor of New Orleans, Louisiana, on January 16, 2006. The speech concerned race politics in New Orleans several months after Hurricane Katrina destroyed much of the city. The reference is to the occurrence of the phrase chocolate city in Nagin's speech, which was one of several points in the speech which occasioned significant controversy.
  • Le Chocolate City speech (« discours de la ville chocolat ») est le surnom que la presse a donné au discours de Ray Nagin, maire de La Nouvelle-Orléans (Louisiane) le 16 janvier 2006 pour le Martin Luther King Day. Le discours a pour sujet principal la question de la race au sein de La Nouvelle-Orléans quelques mois après l'Ouragan Katrina qui a ravagé la ville. La référence « Chocolate City » est utilisée par Nagin pour désigner sa ville composée en majorité d'afro-américains, et a occasionné une certaine controverse.
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  • The Chocolate City speech is the nickname that some people have given to the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day speech by Ray Nagin, Mayor of New Orleans, Louisiana, on January 16, 2006. The speech concerned race politics in New Orleans several months after Hurricane Katrina destroyed much of the city. The reference is to the occurrence of the phrase chocolate city in Nagin's speech, which was one of several points in the speech which occasioned significant controversy.
  • Le Chocolate City speech (« discours de la ville chocolat ») est le surnom que la presse a donné au discours de Ray Nagin, maire de La Nouvelle-Orléans (Louisiane) le 16 janvier 2006 pour le Martin Luther King Day. Le discours a pour sujet principal la question de la race au sein de La Nouvelle-Orléans quelques mois après l'Ouragan Katrina qui a ravagé la ville. La référence « Chocolate City » est utilisée par Nagin pour désigner sa ville composée en majorité d'afro-américains, et a occasionné une certaine controverse.
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