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New Orleans native Dr. Calvin Mackie began a non-profit dedicated to making STEM education accessible to all children after recognizing a lack of STEM education in schools. STEM NOLA, his non-profit, is now expanding to New Orleans East, an area once…

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14 Parishes and Willie Mae's are some of the most popular restaurants in the Pythian Market and this is a look into their history and what makes them so popular.

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I sat down and interviewed Ms. Junine Goodison, and we discussed her life changing when she moved from Jamaica to New Orleans. I wanted to understand the impact it had on her, and how it has shaped who she is today.

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Jayla experienced her first second line at the age of two with her family. She is now nine, and reflects back on her most memorable experiences while participating in second line.

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Sister Pat has engaged in ministry all over the country but has settled in New Orleans and is currently working with African American youth in order to better there education

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Jeffrey Dixon's life as a black college athlete and growing up in New Orleans.

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A story based on the impact Hurricane Katrina had on Devin Martin's life, and the lives of his family. How one of the most devestating hurricanes of all time, changed Devin's life as a young child, growing up Post-Katrina.

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Parnell Herbert talks about how he grew up in New Orleans and how he went on to become a community activist.

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A story about one of the oldest schools in New Orleans, located in the heart of the French Quarter. Three students take a trip down memory lane and explain what this now closed school meant to them.

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An interview with the owner and director of N'fungola Sibo African Dance and Drum Company.
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