One on One With Troy Carter

April 15, 2021 LA Data News 0

Edwin Buggage Editor-in-Chief The race for Louisiana 2nd Congressional District is in full swing as voters are heading to the polls for early voting that ends on April 17th. The run-off election is on April […]

Empowering Black Women in America

April 2, 2021 LA Data News 0

Bre’ionya Irvin Data News Weekly Contributor Black women have made history in 2020 in American politics and in 2021 they begin the challenging work of empowering all women, particularly as the country aims to recover […]

Back to The Polls

March 4, 2021 LA Data News 0

Early Voting Begins for March 20th Election Edwin Buggage Editor-in-Chief Important Election on March 20th It is that time again where the Citizens of Louisiana Congressional District 2 will get out to vote to decide […]

Re-Writing the History Part 4

February 25, 2021 LA Data News 0

Edwin Buggage Editor-in-Chief The Great Divide: Education in New Orleans (Bold) Today education in New Orleans continues to be a topic that sparks controversy, as people are divided as to what is the solution to […]

Re-Writing the History Part 3

February 18, 2021 LA Data News 0

Edwin Buggage Editor-in-Chief New Orleans is a City with a rich history relating to the fight for Civil and Human Rights. While some know the stories of Plessy v. Ferguson or the recent re-naming of […]

Re-Writing the History Part 2…

February 10, 2021 LA Data News 0

Brier Evans Data News Weekly Contributor Trailblazers of the Civil Rights Era often end up in the history books, and most only collect their roses posthumously. But a few of them live long enough to […]

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