LSU Reilly Center for Media and Public Relations will be holding a Zoom roundtable discussion regarding support victims and survivors of domestic violence will discuss the role of media and technology as a tool in pandemic and non-pandemic times on Wednesday, Oct. 13 at 1:30 p.m.
Without access to affordable healthy foods, a nutritious diet and good health are out of reach for many in our community. As a result, poor diet-related diseases like diabetes and obesity are on the rise among children.
The Arts Council of Greater Baton Rouge produces this annual event in conjunction with the City of Baton Rouge/Parish of East Baton Rouge and multiple community partners with events, performances, exhibitions, and concerts by local artists, museums, and organizations.
Due to the aftermath of Hurricane Ida, the East Baton Rouge Council on Aging (EBRCOA) will close all Senior Centers and offices until after Labor Day Tuesday, Sept. 7, except for the Hot Meal Drive Thru Distribution sites.
Around the mid 1930′s there was an increase in the African American middle class, creating opportunity for more traveling. But with Jim Crow laws and segregation still in place, traveling sometimes could dangerous.
According to a statement released by the Mayor’s Office Thursday, East Baton Rouge Parish and the City of Baton Rouge will join major cities across the country that have already issued a proclamation declaring August as Black Philanthropy Month.