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  • Who to Watch: Ava Brewster-Turner Ph.D., 63

    Who to Watch: Ava Brewster-Turner Ph.D., 63

    A retired educator with 40 years of service,  Ava Brewster-Turner, Ph.D is the Founding Artistic Director of UpStage Theatre Company in Baton Rouge. She earned her BS from Grambling State University; M.Ed. from Southern University; and Ph.D. from Louisiana State University.  The 63-year-old is the recipient of numerous recognitions including The Southern Black Theatre Festival’s […]

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  • ‘My Brother, You Matter’ to address rise of suicide

    MY BROTHER, YOU MATTER! RAPID SUICIDE RATES IN AFRICAN AMERICAN MEN “My Brother, You Matter” will shine a light of hope in the alarming rise of suicide numbers in African American males. According to the East Baton Rouge Coroner Dr. Beau Clark, “African American male suicide has dramatically increased, rising sevenfold from 2012 to 2018 […]

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  • East Baton Rouge Redevelopment Authority seeks community input

    The East Baton Rouge Redevelopment Authority (EBRRA) has partnered with Converge to conduct a strategic visioning process to guide the future of our organization. We are conducting an anonymous, online survey as part of that process . The survey should take no more than 5 minutes. ONLINE:www.surveymonkey.com/r/K939ZV8.

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  • Dillon promoted to CEO of Urban Restoration Enhancement Corporation

    Urban Restoration Enhancement Corporation has appointed Carl Dillon Jr. as UREC’s President & Chief Executive Officer. Dillon has been a driving force behind UREC’s community development initiatives for more than a decade. In his prior role of director of operations, Dillon cultivated relationships with financial institutions and local partners to secure more than $4 million for […]

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