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Ain’t A That Good News: The Fisk Jubilee Singers in Concert - $25.00

In 1871, George L. White, the treasurer of Fisk University, heard a choir of nine young Black people from the struggling college for children of freed slaves. They set out on an uncertain journey to raise funds for the struggling Fisk school in Nashville, Tennessee. This group travelled around the United States and throughout Europe performing Negro spirituals. To everyone's surprise, the singers were successful in their endeavors. These young people were the first to be known as the "Fisk University Jubilee Singers." For over 125 years the Jubilee Singers have brought the rich, diverse, and painful heritage of the Negro spiritual to the world stage. In the process, they saved Fisk University and established the Negro spiritual as a rich historical art form.

Aillet House: A Window to Our Past - $25.00

Join a group of dedicated preservationists as they endeavor to save the Aillet House, an important example of a small Creole plantation. Watch as the house is being moved to its new location on the grounds of the West Baton Rouge Museum and returned to its former glory.

Step by Step: Kids Trimming Down - $50.00

Pediatrician Dr. Stewart Gordon, Psychologist Dr. Denise Sellers, Registered Dietitians Heidi Schumacher and Denise Delphin, and Exercise Physiologist Dr. Melinda Sothern all worked with Louisiana Public Broadcasting to develop this series of programs to help parents and children adopt healthier eating, and exercise habits; as well as the attitude needed to make wiser choices. Our entire panel of experts serve on teams with the Committed to Kids programs operated out of Children's Hospital in New Orleans and the Pennington Biomedical Research Center in Baton Rouge. Both programs have been recognized nationally for their success in helping children lose weight.

Website:Step by Step: Kids Trimming Down

The ABC’s of Spanish - $25.00

The ABC's of Spanish consists of three animated programs designed to supplement existing Spanish instruction for grades 4-6. Psycho-linguistic research shows conclusively that children under the age of twelve tend to learn a foreign language more easily from visual and verbal cues. The use of animated video to provide basic concepts makes foreign language learning more effective and more fun.

The ABC’s of French - $25.00

The ABC's of French consists of three animated programs designed to supplement existing French instruction for grades 4-6. Psycho-linguistic research shows conclusively that children under the age of twelve tend to learn a foreign language more easily from visual and verbal cues. The use of animated video to provide basic concepts makes foreign language learning more effective and more fun.

Stay Brady Stay - $25.00

Brady Middleton has a life-changing decision to make. After graduating from college, does he stay in Northeast Louisiana to remain close to family and friends or does he leave his hometown to pursue a career? A slumping economy makes his prospects for success slim, but can he truly be happy anywhere but in Louisiana? And what does his decision say about young, college educated professionals and their pursuit of the American dream? Find out in STAY BRADY STAY.

A By The People Special: Prescription for Change - $25.00

The topic for the forum is healthcare issues affecting Louisiana, especially healthcare reform. The program consists of the panelists answering questions generated by small group discussions held earlier in the day. By the People is a special initiative organized by MacNeil/Lehrer Productions to bring the views of informed, "ordinary" citizens to a national discussion on the important issues of the day.

Our panelists are:
Fred Cerise, M.D. , head of the Charity hospital system (LSU Health Care Services Division),
David Hood, PAR health consultant and former head of LA Dept. of Health and Hospitals,
Barry Erwin, President and Chief Executive Officer of Council for a Better Louisiana (CABL),
and
Roxane Townsend, M.D., Deputy Secretary, Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals.

Our moderators are the co-hosts of Louisiana Public Square: Beth Courtney, President and CEO of Louisiana Public Broadcasting (LPB)
and
Craig Freeman, Assistant Professor at The Manship School of Mass Communication at LSU.

Southern: The Human Jukebox - $25.00

Southern: The Human Jukebox tells the story of consummate show band which has played at Super Bowls, Rose Parades and many other national events.

Alive! In America’s Delta: The Whooping Crane’s Majestic Return DVD - $25.00

Trace the landmark effort to reintroduce the whooping crane into Louisiana’s wetlands. Seventy years ago these 5-foot tall stately birds were on the brink of extinction, with only 16 left in the world. Trek along with Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries biologists and their partners and witness their painstaking efforts to reintroduce the whooping crane into Louisiana’s wetlands for the first time in half a century.

Follow the birds from hatchlings at a national research facility in Maryland, through the delicate dance to adapt to their new Louisiana home in a carefully constructed pen, where people in crane suits -- worn to protect the birds from human contact – oversee their historic, but fragile homecoming.

Alive! In America’s Delta: Life on the Edge DVD - $25.00

One of the most ecologically diverse regions on the planet, Louisiana is home to over 600 species of rare plants and animals and about 40% of the nation’s coastal wetlands in the lower 48 states. With a rich diversity of habitats from upland forests to the open waters of the Gulf of Mexico and everything in-between, including longleaf pine forests, cypress swamps, prairies, freshwater marsh, and sandy beaches, this region provides homes for an abundance of migratory and year-round wildlife and reptiles. Nearly 40% of the nation’s shorebirds, raptors and songbirds and 70% of ducks move through this rich coastal delta. But many species are on the edge of extinction due to loss of habitat and changes brought on by humans.

Meet a few of the many relatively unknown creatures struggling for survival like the Louisiana pine snake and the gopher tortoise, and get to know the people behind the scenes working tirelessly to save them. Discover how two of America’s most iconic species, the American bald eagle and the American alligator were brought back from the edge, and why sustainable management is essential to the future of these and countless other species. Discover how new technology and scientific understanding is helping to protect this wildlife and its critical habitat for generations to come, and how their survival is tied to our own.

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