MISSING PERSON: Find Kori Gauthier

April 11, 2021

FIND KORI GAUTHIER. As a community we must mobilize to find missing people no matter their age, race, sexual orientation, or any other identifying feature. A missing person is a missing person, and we must utilize every resource we have to help to get them home safely. Kori Gauthier, a 19 year old LSU student, […]

Theft and Racism

March 2, 2021

As I read yet another story on racism at a restaurant I am infuriated. Once again we find ourselves in a situation where Black People are met by unfettered racism during their dining or shopping experience. Time and time again we see the horrors of racism that restaurant and business owners believe can be fixed […]

Roux, Racism, Reality 2

February 13, 2021

In the South, particularly in cities like Lafayette, Louisiana, we are invisible to the rest of the world. Racism runs rampant, and the screams, cries, and pleas for help go unanswered. Our invisibility to the world seems unfathomable, but it is an unspoken reality. For some people it is better to imagine that the nightmare […]

The Day White Privilege Became White Desperation

January 7, 2021

On January 6, 2021, White Privilege became White Desperation. It became evident that white extremists don’t lose well at all. The United States, and the World, watched in complete horror as Donald Trump fanned the flames of insurrection and encouraged violence against the legislative branch of government. Trump’s actions have stained the legacy of democracy, […]

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