Green T. Lindon Elementary in Youngsville is named after three African American men: Romaine Green, John Thibeaux and Horace Lindon.Read More »
Born in Baton Rouge in 1932, Dr. Raphael Baranco Sr. was the oldest of 8 siblings.Read More »
The Beard Congregational Church in Erath is considered a historic monument after being recognized as the first form of education for…Read More »
Johnson and her students created a spoken-word performance and video. Each student contributed to a group poem, which Johnson read…Read More »
In 1896, the school was located where LaRosen Elementary sits at Pinhook Road and the Evangeline Thruway.Read More »
Local school proudly bares the name of a man who fought to educate students of color.Read More »
Mario Van Peebles new move, 'Armed,' will premiere at the Saenger Theater Saturday night, February 2.Read More »
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