A Hawk’s Eye for Fashion

September 22, 2020 LA Data News 0

Tracee Dundas Fashion Stylist Like most African American households in the ‘50’s and ‘60’s clothes were often acquired as “hand-me-downs” from a sibling, or the skillset of sewing was taught by the family matriarchs; the […]

The USPS is a National Cornerstone

September 22, 2020 LA Data News 0

Royce Duplessis Louisiana State Representative – District 93 When I was in the 4th grade, I did a social studies project on the United States Postal Service. It was called, “The Life of a Letter.” […]

NOLA Counts

September 16, 2020 LA Data News 0

Edwin Buggage Editor-in-Chief In the year 2020 the City, nation and world is at a crossroads, for this is an election year, as well as being in the middle of a global Pandemic. Also, in […]

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