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  • Tags: Xavier University of Louisiana

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An interview with Glenn Caston, a social justice and inclusion officer at Xavier University, as he takes Chaun and Chris Hubbard around the garden for the first time.

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This video gives an inside scoop of the growth of the basketball culture in New Orleans, Louisiana, especially focusing on the lives of the Xavier Men's Basketball team and students at Xavier University of Louisiana.

Coach Jeffrey Dixon of the…

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Describes history of Lincoln Beach, the racial history behind it, and what it looks like 54 years after its closing.

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Anthony Deloch attended St. Augustine High School in New Orleans, LA from 1975-1979. After graduating 40 years ago, he recalls some of his favorite aspects of the school as well as his experience at his class reunion.

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November 10, 2019 marked the 35th anniversary of the Gold Star dance team. A few team members speak on their experiences and a brief history is given on the team.

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New Orleans is not called the Hollywood of the south for no reason! The streets are littered with artists, from drummers to feminist painters, to tap dancers, to hair braiders. I interviewed these artists to catch a glimpse into their worlds.

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The Men of Class Social Aid and Pleasure Club host a second line parade featuring Ladies of Class & King of Kings S.A.P.C. "Da Truth Brass Band" is also featured.

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In an interview led by Kotey Thomas, she interviews the president of the Louisiana Creole Research Association president Dr. Elizabeth Rhodes. Questions are raised about how exactly La Creole goes about conducting research, its findings, and where…

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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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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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