Juan LaFonta

June 26, 2019 LA Data News 0

By Edwin Buggage Editor-In-Chief Dedicated to Helping Young People Juan LaFonta’s face is emblazoned on TV and billboards all over New Orleans. Many know him as an attorney, but some don’t know that he has […]

The Juneteenth Story Continues

June 19, 2019 LA Data News 0

New Orleans Hosts Many Events to Commemorate By Renetta Burrell-Perry It’s perhaps the most important date in African American history – June 19, 1865. On the heels of the agony and turmoil of the recently […]

The Legislation of Morality

June 5, 2019 LA Data News 0

Edwin Buggage Editor-In-Chief   In the historic 1973 legal case Roe v. Wade, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that unduly restrictive state regulation of abortion is unconstitutional. But in progressive states like California and New […]

Eating Black in New Orleans

May 30, 2019 LA Data News 0

By Renetta Burrell Perry The legacy of Black-owned restaurants in New Orleans runs as deep as the muddy waters in the Mississippi River. From staples like the historic and internationally famous Dooky Chase’s to the […]

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