As Lafayette’s African American Heritage Foundation prepares for landmark anniversaries, Maisha Chargois comes into her own.
When will the democratic promise of the Civil Rights era be fulfilled? “Some day”, as the famous anthem goes, could mean an eternity.
Members of the nonprofit LaAID open their hearts, and literally their homes, to people others may view as complete strangers.
Mandolia Jean-Batiste has finished marathons or half-marathons in all 50 states. Now she’s racing to complete the world’s top six marathons
Now in its seventh year, the holiday event is once again expected to draw hundreds of children to the Northgate Mall from 2-5 p.m. Saturday to each receive a beautifully wrapped present.
Sixteen years after its first visit in 2007, the national nonprofit’s mobile recording unit has returned to capture more conversations for eternity’s sake. A little legacy goes a long way.
The 12-foot puppet, towering over crowds of fans during her trek worldwide, is a child herself, bringing awareness to the plight of refugees around the world.
This weekend ,100 impersonators of the curly-haired and caftan-wearing landlady will strut Downtown for a good cause.
Pucci Percussions teaches kids more than how to play musical instruments. It incorporates history and heritage into lessons, and provides tools for personal growth and professional success.
As locals add new programming and awareness, the role of Black liberation in Lafayette gains a bigger platform.
Before we can reconcile with one another and our past, we must learn to reconcile within ourselves, within our own hearts. Introducing Reflections on Reconciliation.
Alicia Moten went into Accelerate Northside with an idea and came out with a business, Essence of Aja, that could build wealth and opportunity for her and her child.