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28 Days Of Black History: Joyce Bowman

Joyce Bowman,was the first African American woman to chair both the Caddo Commission and the Shreveport City…

28 Days Of Black History: Patricia Dyas

On October 1, 1999, Dyas was prompted and served as the Assistant Chief of Fire Prevention making…

28 Days Of Black History: Pammela Lattier

The Honorable Pammela S. Lattier is the first woman and first African American Chief Judge for the…

28 Days Of Black History: Taylor Jamison

Taylor Jamison was the first African American millennial to hold the position of chairman of the Shreveport-Bossier…

28 Days Of Black History: Adrian Perkins

Adrian Perkins is the first African American millennial to become Mayor of Shreveport, Louisiana. He was born…

28 Days of Black History: Pastor Charles “CeJay” Johnson

Charles Edward Johnson (Pastor CeJay), one of Shreveport’s most influential millennial leaders that uses his voice to…

28 Days Black History Month: William Bradford

William is a 2006 graduate of Dillard University in New Orleans and a 2009 graduate of the…

Education Affairs: Dr. Melva K. Williams

Dr. Melva K. Williams serves as Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management at Southern University…

28 Days Of Black History: Ed Bradley

ED BRADLEY served as Vice President and General Manager of KSLA since December 1995 and was committed…

28 Days Of Black History: Ollie S. Tyler

Ollie S. Tyler is the seventh of nine children of Leroy and Ida Haley Spearman. She was…



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