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N.O. museum hosts Juneteenth

Each year in mid-June, communities across the U.S. celebrate Juneteenth–a commemoration of the abolition of slavery in America. In New Orleans, enjoy visiting historic sites or stopping by a special Juneteenth celebration. Here’s more of what to […]


Social worker sues Louisiana over respite care regulations

Ursula Newell-Davis cares deeply for those most in need in her New Orleans community. After two decades of working with special needs children, she decided to launch a company that would provide much-needed respite services to this vulnerable population.  Inspired by her experience as a special needs […]

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Buchanan to oversee Woman’s physician services

Woman’s Hospital has welcomed Eboni Thompson Buchanan as vice president of physician Services. She is responsible for the strategic direction and growth of Woman’s physician practices and the continued advancement of clinical services. Buchanan, a […]

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Cities honor native songwriter Titus Showers

Award-winning singer and songwriter Titus Showers was honored with a proclamation by Louisiana’s Tangipahoa Parish Government for his continued philanthropic and charitable contributions in the community. The proclamation was presented by Robby Miller, Parish President and CEO. Earlier this […]

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Children can learn ‘ABCs of HBCUs’

Kamala Harris, Stacey Abrams, Toni Morrison, and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. all attended Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Unfortunately, many children are unaware of these institutions. With HBCU Prep School’s help, author Claudia Walker […]

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La GOP praises T rump endorsement of Kennedy

The Louisiana GOP recently emailed its praise of Former President Donald T rump’s endorsement of U.S. Senator John Kennedy for re-election. In a statement, the organization said: The LAGOP congratulates Senator Kennedy and looks forward to working […]

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SU College of Ag hosts recruitment fair, March 24

The Southern University College of Agricultural, Family and Consumer Sciences (CAFCS) is inviting high school juniors and seniors, Southern University students, and students interested in transferring to Southern to its’ virtual recruitment fair at 6 […]

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Local girls experience careers in engineering

ExxonMobil employee volunteers welcomed 130 middle-school girls from 13 schools in both East and West Baton Rouge Parish for Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day, a program designed to inspire female students to consider careers in engineering. “We’re […]