July 11, 2014
LSWI3744 - July 11, 2014
St. George Debate Goes National, Skin Cancer, B.R. Irish Film Fest Preview
City of St. George Debate Goes National () The vigorous and passionate debate over the proposed pullout of St. George from the city of Baton Rouge is captured in the provocative PBS FRONTLINE documentary Separate and Unequal. This is not something unique to Louisiana but Baton Rouge was of particular interest due to its history of having the longest running desegregation case in the country. What does the St. George movement say about race, class and public education? Producer Mary Robertson spent nearly a year meeting with and interviewing the major players on both sides of this controversial issue. She talks candidly with Shauna Sanford about the unlimited access she was given and the difficult questions that this unfolding story raises. SHARE
Prescription for Health with Dr. Rani Whitfield () Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States. Be informed and stay safe as Dr. Rani Whitfield offers tips on how to protect you and your family this summer. SHARE
BR Irish Film Fest Preview () Ireland comes to Baton Rouge for the 6th annual Irish Film Festival beginning next week. What started as a “wee” film festival in 2009 has gained momentum and notoriety. LPB has a preview. SHARE
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