Making Waves: Louisiana's Radio Story

 

The Civil Rights Movement

Desegregation

 

Dr. Daddy O in an on-air interview (Courtesy of Randy Lauman/ Rick Coleman)

"Dr. Daddy O" in an on-air interview
(Courtesy of Randy Lauman/ Rick Coleman)

Art Neville (Courtesy of LPB)

Art Neville
Recording Artist

Art Neville talks about a DJ called
Dr. Daddy 'O' (Vernon Winslow)
and his radio show in the 50s.

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Dr. Daddy O Thank You Poster (Courtesy of The Louisiana Weekly)

"Dr. Daddy O" Thank You Poster
(The Louisiana Weekly)

The Jung Hotel  Origination of the Poppa Stoppa Show (Courtesy of Tulane Special Collections)

The Jung Hotel
Origination of the Poppa Stoppa Show

(Courtesy of Tulane Special Collections)

B. B. Davis (Courtesy of LPB)

Claude "B.B." Davis
Former KOKA DJ

B. B. Davis describes tension during the civil rights movement,
as white kids begin to listen to black music.

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Civil Rights Reporter Larry McKinley (Courtesy of Larry McKinley)

Civil Rights Reporter Larry McKinley
(Courtesy of Larry McKinley)


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