Category : Louisiana

Southeast / Louisiana - 2 months ago

The Power of the Black Dollar

By Edwin Buggage From the Slave Ship to the “Owner” Ship WBOK 1230AM has become an important radio station in the City giving voice to African-American issues in New Orleans. While there are a host of issues that face the Black Community, it is...

Southeast / Louisiana - 2 months ago

New Orleans: Eight Years Later

By Edwin Buggage A Changing of the Guard New Orleans is on the eve of the changing of the guard; seeing the ending of one administration and the beginning of another. It has been eight years where the Landrieu Administration took office taking...

Southeast / Louisiana - 2 months ago

Top Apps to Make Fashionable Photos

By Delaney George In fashion, sometimes, our best look is not our most photogenic look. Your shirt may need some color there, a shoe might need some focus and flare over here; All common issues that can be fixed by simply downloading an app on...

Southeast / Louisiana - 2 months ago

Stop Being Stunned Already

By John Slade “The world is stunned to discover that prehistoric creatures exist in the Twentieth Century.” That quote was uttered by a breathless news anchor in the American cut of the classic 1963 picture, King Kong Vs. Godzilla in the moment...

Southeast / Louisiana - 2 months ago

And A Child Shall Lead Them

By Marion Hercyl On March 24, the –year-old fifth-grader was onstage speaking at the March for Our Lives in Washington, D.C.  During her three-minute speech, she spoke decisively about the lack of sustained media attention that Black women and...

Southeast / Louisiana - 2 months ago

Introducing The Data Strut Award

By Delaney George It is no secret that the world of fashion in the south is limited to certain places and creative outlets. In addition to those limitations, a beneficial platform for younger Black models are slim to none. In honor of the fashi...

Southeast / Louisiana - 2 months ago

2018 French Quarter Festival Highlights

Photos by Kichea S. Burt & Ellen Rosenberg Nothing can stop the French Quarter Fest. The weather and an oil spill conspired to pull the plug on one of the most anticipated events of the year, but in the spirit of New Orleans, on Sunday the...