Bill Johnson has held many titles including GI, soldier, and police captain. This Christmas, “dad” is a new title, and the Zachary native is ecstatic to…
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What would you do if your child or your best friend in the world is missing? But, no one seems to care but you.
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Richardson Funeral Home and Nurturing Our Roots preserve decades of funeral programs; HBCU Leaders Say Their Students Are Emboldened, Bomb Threats Will…
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Guests invited to experience local eateries featuring Black, African, and Caribbean cuisine
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Events are planned throughout Ponchatoula, Baton Rouge, New Orleans, the Delta, Monroe, Lafayette, and Franklin
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Women between 16 and 65 years old who struggle with access to affordable and nutritious food may qualify for Pennington's RESPONSES study and earn up to…
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"Creating Black-majority districts does not guarantee a Black person will be elected of course. Nor should it. The choice is always left to the voters…
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For decades, most historical accounts of Nov. 14, 1960, featured Ruby Bridges as the sole child crossing hostile lines to attend an all-white school in…
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10-year-old Antranae Alexander, Angola Deputy Warren Rochelle Ambeau, future animal scientist Kayla Benton, New Schools CEO Kenneth Campbell, Civil…
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This issue features our annual Who to Watch: Alexis Anderson, Gaynell Brady, Kristen Collins, O'Neil Curtis, Rodneyna Hart, Devante Lewis. and Carlos…
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The conference explores the past, present and future through tours, trainings, presentations, conversations, and art, highlighting civil rights veterans…
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Petty Officer 2nd Class Jordan Frances, a Baton Rouge native serving in the United States Navy, will celebrate the holidays in Japan with shipmates…
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