When asked, “What is the Twomey Center?,” The answer is often a recitation or our missions statement...
Twomey Center’s Director Ted Quant, along with Sr. Jane Remson (Bread for the World) and Al Alcazar (Conflict Resolution, Blueprint for Social Justice) continue to be successful in carrying out the center’s mission.
Twomey Center pioneers model for reconciliation in the wake of ethnic violence.
The Twomey Training Center’s co-founder, Dr. Michael Kane, led the formation of the Global Facilitators Service Corp New Orleans Network.
The Twomey Training Center helped create a core of parent leaders and advocates for families and children with disabilities and for quality education for all children.
Loyola University New Orleans awarded its prestigious Integritas Vitae award to social justice champion Alvaro "Al" Alcazar, Ph.D. at the university’s annual benefactor’s tribute held November 18, 2004.
Loyola faculty members and staff worked with prison authorities and inmate leaders to establish a prison library and conduct classes ranging from literacy to law. The partnership lasted until the prison was closed in the early 1990’s.
The Crescent City Farmers Market and Market Umbrella is a strong example of a 13-year collaboration with the Twomey Center. Currently, The Crescent City Farmers Market has a local economic impact of $9 million dollars