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, […]

Roux, Racism, and Reality

September 24, 2020

The Civil Rights Dream is deja vu in the Deep South. In Louisiana we have great food, good drinks, and nice racism. The kind of racism that manifests itself in the, “you are nice looking for a black boy,” way. The kind of racism that admits, “I have black friends.” We have cultivated on the […]

Op-Ed: The Mental and Economic Enslavement of Children Through State Charters: Are Our Children for Sale?

August 25, 2019

Robert Green Ingersoll once opined, “Mental slavery is mental death, and every man who has given up his intellectual freedom is the living coffin of his dead soul.” Our State Board of Elementary and Secondary Education through the charter school approval system has become a market to sell the children of our state to the […]

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