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'We Are Intelligent'

T.M. Landry students, teachers use self-efficacy to master learning


Terrebonne NAACP continues its fight for minority judgeship at the US Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, Tuesday, Jan. 7. in New Orleans. “This case is about finally providing an opportunity for voters of color in Terrebonne to elect judges who are both guided by fairness and are accountable to us,” said Jerome Bokyin, NAACP branch president.

Andrea Peoples Dance Theater brings Kwanzaa to Knock Knock Children's Museum

For the second year, Andrea Peoples Dance Theater brought Kwanzaa to life for the children of the Capital Area. Their performance captivated hundreds of museum visitors with lively dances, inspiring stories, and exciting activities. Attendees left with a better understanding of what Kwanzaa means and why it’s important to so many people. 
The Walls Project will unveil the first mural of their #ONEROUGE campaign to raise awareness of the 9 Drivers of Poverty. Organizers said the mural initiates dialogue that needs to happen around equal pay in the state. The Planting Seeds for Economic Equality mural covers Blend's three-story building with a strong female figure tipping the scales that had been given her. The unveiling is 11am, Jan. 9, at 304 Laurel Street, downtown Baton Rouge.
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