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 […]

In Your Lane Part 2

May 30, 2019 LA Data News 0

By Edwin Buggage Editor   Recently, Data News Weekly produced an article about the growing number of residents riding bikes in the City of New Orleans. We are seeing the number of bike lanes continue […]

Prostate Screening is a Must

May 30, 2019 LA Data News 0

By Ricki Fairley The Cincinnati Herald My friend Alan ended his four-year battle with prostate cancer, and I started my war to engage Black men and make them know the importance of prostate cancer screening. […]

Business Meets Chess & Kids Tournament

May 22, 2019 LA Data News 0

Photos by Maureen and David Grimaud Data Staff Writers The first quarterly Business Meets Chess and Kids Tournament took place on last week meeting an arousing expression of appreciation from both the business professionals as […]

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