The state’s athletic association lifts a rule requiring social security numbers after an outcry by educators and activists
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A New Orleans charter school’s teachers discover sports help them reach struggling students, but the LHSAA won’t let them play without social security numbers.
As a result of this report from November by Casey Parks, on Friday, the LHSAA will vote to amend their rule.
In this comprehensive analysis of the 2018 midterms, Lamar White, Jr. unpacks how an emerging generation of Southerners can learn from the past in order to reshape the future.
Tuesday’s runoff election for US Senate in Mississippi could define the state’s future and close an ugly chapter of its past.
On Saturday, The Bayou Brief’s Lamar White, Jr. discussed the ongoing controversy surrounding the Mississippi Senate race, following his release of two videos showing Republican Cindy Hyde-Smith making a bizarre comment about public hanging and endorsing voter suppression efforts.
In her response to our recent video of Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith encouraging voter suppression, her campaign proves the only thing that has been “selectively edited” is their ability to tell the truth.
When I shared Sen. Hyde-Smith’s comment about being on the front row of a public hanging, I didn’t characterize it as a joke for a reason.