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    ON-AIR: Broadcasters and hosts covering COVID Louisiana

    According to the Louisiana Association of Broadcasters, there are more than 300 broadcast journalists in the state. From them, The Drum staff selected four journalists and two newstalk show hosts who are using their platforms to keep listeners engaged and updated especially during the coronavirus pandemic. These shows are eye-openers and help Louisianians feel as if they have a voice, so that community issues are heard and questions are answered. Recently, these shows featured in-depth interviews with leaders about the coronavirus and its impact on Louisiana residents. As the pandemic continues, they will offer more. Tune in.

    The LaTangela Show

    The Latangela Show is hosted by veteran radio host LaTangela Sherman. She produces the show weekly in podcast for a global audience. Each episode brings “high-level thinking and random research.” She covers topics including health and wellness, personal development, self-encouragement, and global headline news. Find the LaTangela Show on Spotify, Apple Podcast, Google Podcast, and at http://latangela.com

    Eyes Open with Tony Brown

    Eyes Open with Tony Brown is hosted by Alexandria, LA, veteran broadcast journalist Tony Brown. Every weekday from 6am to 9am, Brown presents several issues and events across the nation, in Alexandria, and in the state. His motto is: “Come clean or stay away nasty.”  It broadcasts on KTTP 1110AM, at www.thenewkttp.com, and live on Facebook Brown deliveries eye-opening shows that present issues differently.

     

    Talk Louisiana

    Talk Louisiana is hosted by Jim Engster, an award-winning journalist, and a broadcast veteran. The morning show airs Monday through Thursday at 9am and connects listeners to Louisiana newsmakers through interviews. Each segment is a live conversation with an Engster, expert, and listeners who are invited to call in to add insight to the conversation. Listen on WRKF 89.3, or online at www.wrfk.org, or to podcast.

    The Clay Young Show

    The Clay Young Show hosted by Clay Young airs weekly online at Podcast225.com and on Apple iTunes.  The Clay Young Show tackles controversial topics head-on every week at Podcast225.com and on iTunes. Young, who has been on-air for 20 years, often finds himself in the midst of heated disagreements. His show crosses racial, political, and economic lines with ease and resolve.

     

    Insight Radio Show

    Insight Radio Show with Senator Regina Barrow discusses policies in Louisiana and issues that affect Baton Rouge. Each segment is kid-friendly with current events and live guests. Listen at WPFC1550am.com or live streamed on Facebook every 4th Thursday.

     

    What’s Going On?

    What’s Going On? is a radio show hosted by James Gilmore, Ph.D., on WTQT on 106.1FM Gospel Radio Station in Baton Rouge. Gilmore and his in-studio guests discuss political topics, current events, and local issues. Online at www.wtqt.com or on Facebook on the WhatsGoingOnDrGilmore page

    All of these broadcasters and hosts, open their shows to public comments that all citizens to add their input and ideas. Stay connected with these trusted shows.

    By Yulani S. Semien
    The Drum Youth reporter

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  • Barrow will hold a series of community meetings this month

    District 15 State Senator Regina Barrow will hold a series of community meetings across the district to discuss a variety of issues, including the upcoming Regular Legislative Session. Representatives from various state and local agencies have been invited to attend. Senator Barrow and her colleagues will provide updates on on-going state policy and budget matters. Citizens are urged to attend and take advantage of this opportunity to get the latest information and have a say on important issues facing the state.

    COMMUNITY MEETINGS
    Thursday, March 5, 2020
    Zachary Branch Library
    1900 Church St.
    Zachary, LA 70791
    6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

    Thursday, March 12, 2020
    Baker Branch Library
    3501 Groom Rd.
    Baker, LA 70714
    6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

    Tuesday, March 17, 2020
    BREC North Sherwood Forest Community Park
    3140 North Sherwood Forest Dr.
    Baton Rouge, LA 70814
    6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

    For additional information, please contact Senator Barrow’s office at 225.359.940

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    Barrow, Peacock named State Senators of the Year

    The Childcare Association of Louisiana recently named Senator Regina Barrow and Senator Barrow Peacock as its 2018 State Senators of the Year.

    District 15 State Senator Regina Barrow was honored for her support of important legislative reform issues promoted by the association and her many other significant contributions on behalf of early childhood education. The association also noted her tireless work in ensuring the safety and education of the state’s youngest learners and her passion about early childhood education. Senator Barrow is currently enrolled in the Tulane University Early Childhood Policy Leadership Institute and will graduate in November 2018.

    Barrow Peacock

    Barrow Peacock

    District 37 State Senator Barrow Peacock was also selected for the award. He promoted legislation during the 2018 Regular Session of the Louisiana legislature to lower the cost of childcare. The association also noted his consistent support of early childhood education when selecting him for the award.

    The Childcare Association of Louisiana is a professional organization serving the needs of licensed childcare centers and early childhood education across the state. Its mission is to educate, advocate and collaborate to build a premier, proactive early childhood education industry for Louisiana families.

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    La. legislators appointed to national caucus

    State Senator Regina Ashford Barrow, of Baton Rouge, has been elected secretary of the National Black Caucus of State Legislators. State Senator Wesley Bishop, of new Orleans, and State Representative Pat Smith, of Baton Rouge, has been appointed member-at-large of the NBSL executive board. Baton Rouge Representative Ted James has been named regional co-chair.

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