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28 Days of Black History: Carolyn Jones

First African American student at Creswell Elementary.  Louisiana had come a long way since the 1960s when…

28 Days of Black History: Jasmine Green

Green is the Youngest African American woman to serve on the school board and hold elected office…

28 Days of Black History: Tony Hunter

First African American Constable in northwest Louisiana Tony is a well-known pastor throughout Caddo Parish. Also, he’s…

28 Days of Black History: Charlie Caldwell

The first African American to hold the office of Shreveport City Marhsal.  Marshal Caldwell, Jr. holds a…

28 Days Of Black History: Kelvin J. Cochran

Kelvin J. Cochran born and raised in Shreveport, LA.  As a little boy, watching Shreveport firefighters put…

28 Days Of History: Mildred Pugh

Mildred Pugh served  Caddo Parish Schools for 25 years as an educator Mrs. Pugh was a teacher…

28 Days Of Black History: Dr. C.O. Simpkins

Dr. C.O. Simpkins, Sr., was a dentist, civic leader, and hero in the Civil Rights movement in…

28 Days Of Black History: Dr. E. Edward Jones

Dr. E. Edward Jones was a known civil rights leader, who also became the first African American…

28 Days Of Black History: Leonard Barnes

Leonard C. Barnes was the first football coach at Booker T. Washington, the first to have the…

28 Days Of Black History: Gregory Tarver

Gregory  Tarver became the first African American Senator in Northern Louisiana since reconstruction.  His priority while serving as…



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