Secret Los Angeles, 2020
"NOIR 'N NOLA, New Orleans Black Culture and History Preservationist."
Curious Tribe, 2020
"NOIR 'N NOLA, Preserving the history, culture, and soul of Black New Orleans."
Mogul Millennial, 2019
"Cierra Chenier instead juggles the standard social life with her work, occasionally choosing to stay in and research topics like the Charles Deslondes who led the largest U.S. slave revolt that occurred just 20 miles outside of New Orleans for her blog platform NOIR N’ NOLA." by Kayla Swanson
"It was on noirnnola.com that New Orleans activist Cierra Chenier wrote, “To be Black in this new, New Orleans is an act of protest. Our very existence is resistance.” by Sola Akinlana
"Cierra Chenier, writer and creator of NOIR ‘N NOLA, dedicated to highlighting the history, politics, and soul of Black New Orleans."
Xavier University of Louisiana Dept. of Mass Communication, 2019
"NOLA’S Rich History with NOIR 'N NOLA's Cierra Chenier is apart of My Nola, My Story, a Digital Humanities project by Xavier University of Louisiana students Mass Communications department, coordinated by Dr. Shearon Roberts. This report was produced by Nigell Moses."
House of the Young Ent. & #SciHighWorks Digital Media Dept., 2019
"Black boy, Black boy" Written/Performed by Cierra Chenier, Courtesy of NOIR 'N NOLA."
Cierra Chenier of NOIR 'N NOLA and SJ Walker of SJ Walker Studios LLC, 2019
'New Orleans is a Black Woman' Written/Narrated by Cierra Chenier of NOIR 'N NOLA.
The Hilltop, 2019
"Like my Louisiana sis, Cierra Chenier (@noirnnola) said, Nipsey would want us to be focused on creating more Nipseys. We need to refocus this energy after the grief into action." by Jade Flint
The Law According to Bre, 2019
"Cierra Chenier started NOIR ’N NOLA as a way to educate others about Black New Orleans, how to protect black New Orleans culture and its history that dates back before the Emancipation Proclamation. Through her platform, she has given free game to hundreds about prominent New Orleans figures like Marie Laveau, Thomy Lafon, Jean Saint Malo, Charles Deslondes and many more." by Breon Robinson