No, Sen. Cassidy, Louisiana’s Racial Disparities in Healthcare Aren’t Just a Distraction

April 10, 2020

In a recent press briefing, Governor John Bel Edwards shared that African Americans, who only make up 32% of Louisiana’s population, have accounted for 70% of the state’s deaths. He, along with other Louisiana leaders, has recognized this for the wake up call it should be. Yet when asked on NPR’s Morning Edition whether this […]

The Business of Selling Black and Poor Children to Business

October 4, 2019

In Louisiana, we have created a “charter-school system” with broad latitude, with the permission of BESE, to be unaccountable to our families, our tax-payers, and our local school districts. The losers in this unaccountable system are our students. There is a caste system that exists where children of color, and their families, are forced through […]

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