The Voice of Generation Next

October 22, 2020 LA Data News 0

Eric Connerly Data News Weekly Contributor This election is important and there are efforts to get all people to turn out and vote. As many are waiting in long lines to vote in elections across […]

The Power of the Women Vote

October 21, 2020 LA Data News 0

Photos by Angela “Angie B” Beasley NEW ORLEANS—On Saturday, Oct. 17 from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m., Dem Girls Vote, an initiative of Power Woman, founded by Dr. Debra Morton, hosted an Early Voting Drive-in […]

In Memoriam: George Rainey

October 21, 2020 LA Data News 0

Data News Staff Edited Report People from all around the City are commemorating the life of George Rainey who made history as the oldest Zulu king at the age of 87 when he reigned with […]

New Orleans Enters Phase 3.2

October 21, 2020 LA Data News 0

NEW ORLEANS — Recently, the City further entered into Phase 3.2 of reopening on October 17, 2020. Moving into Phase 3.2 allows outdoor capacity at bars and an increased capacity for indoor timed seated events, […]

Early Voting Begins in Louisiana

October 15, 2020 LA Data News 0

Data News Weekly Staff Edited Report People across the nation are now holding Early Voting for the November 3, 2020 election. Due to COVID-19, more people will be voting by mail or early voting. Data […]

A Beautiful Mess

October 15, 2020 LA Data News 0

Dionne “Diva” Character Data News Columnist Women – Some of us Ain’t got no Daddy, some of us ain’t got no mothers, some of us ain’t got enough confidence in ourselves and almost all of […]

A Mockery of Democracy 2020

October 15, 2020 LA Data News 0

Edwin Buggage Editor-in-Chief Black America in the Age of Trumpism The Trump Presidency has been one that’s been full of controversy. From his attacks on the media, to embracing White Supremacists and throughout his term […]

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