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September 14, 2018
State Contracts, Reducing Recidivism, Stand for Life, Chitimacha Canoe

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March 10, 2017
North Louisiana News, Arthur Miller Visits Louisiana, Louisiana’s First Black Nurses on the LDMA

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North Louisiana News

Monroe native Greg Hilburn of the USA Today Network of Louisiana sits down to discuss some of the important news items in north Louisiana. Louisiana college campuses including Grambling and Louisiana Tech are crumbling under the weight of $1.7 billion in statewide deferred maintenance. Central and north Louisiana lawmakers are discussing how the state will address a $400 million shortfall in next year’s budget and Barksdale Air Force Base B-52 navigator Lt. Col. Steve “Thirsty” Smith was recognized recently for his record breaking number of flight hours in Air Force history.

Arthur Miller Visits Louisiana

One of the nation’s most distinguished legal scholars, Arthur Miller visited Baton Rouge this week as part of the LSU Law Center’s Visiting Professor Law Program. A renowned commentator on law and society, the former Professor of Law at Harvard won an Emmy for his work on the PBS series “The Constitution: That Delicate Balance.” Miller’s full speech can be watched on LPB’s Newsmakers viewable online at www.lpb.org/newsmakers.

Louisiana’s First Black Nurses on the LDMA

In recognition of Women’s History Month, the Louisiana Digital Media Achieve (LDMA) is highlighting some of Louisiana’s female figures that made a difference. More than five decades ago, a small First Aid class at Shiloh Baptist Church in Baton Rouge led to the creation of a school that gave men and women of color a chance for a better life for themselves working in medicine. Shauna Sanford introduces us to the first black nurses in Louisiana who battled segregation and paved the way for so many others. You can find more stories on Louisiana Women’s History at www.ladigitalmedia.org.

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