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    Blog – February 2020

    Click to Explore FEBRUARY 2020Volume 2, Edition 4 February2020 Volume 2, Edition 4 A Word from the First Lady of Louisiana February 1, it’s Saturday, and I’m actually sitting in my favorite chair reading and enjoying a small fire even though it’s not too cold outside. I love a fire and often light a fire […]

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    Teach MAM – Aunt Dorothy’s Teacher Toolkit

      Teach MAM   Teach MAM: An Exciting Partnership to Strengthen Arts Education Across Louisiana The Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities (LEH)Aunt Dorothy’s Teacher Toolkits New K–12 curriculum to focus on the sounds of Louisiana  Lesson plans and videos centered on the state’s great musicians developed with teachers statewide February 6, 2020 / New Orleans — The Louisiana […]

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    Louisiana Fosters – The Foster Village

    Louisiana Fosters THE FOSTER VILLAGE TFV stores items used to equip children who have been through traumatic events of loss.   THE FOSTER VILLAGE THE FOSTER VILLAGE is a Non-Profit focused on providing support for our local foster children. We currently operate as a FREE Boutique located in Walker, Louisiana. TFV stores items used to […]

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    People of Louisiana – Community (February 2020)

      COMMUNITY Helena WilliamsArtist, Walls Project Helena WilliamsWalls Project Change doesn’t come all at once, but with unwavering determination, change happens. Brightening the once banal streets of downtown Baton Rouge, the first mural of the Walls Project shone like a beacon for newly returned artist, Helena Williams. Since moving back from the west coast, Helena, […]

  • Women’s Health – February 2020

    Women’s Health WOMEN’S HEALTH BLOGFebruary 2020 Words from Kimiyo Harris Williams, MD “Self-Love is Healthy Living.”   I was in my sitting area—relaxed, reclined, and snuggled warmly in my crimson-and-cream velvety soft blanket on my ruby red, deep-seated leather chair; feet raised and resting on the matching red ottoman—when I began to reflect on a […]

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