General Russel Honore, who led the state's Katrina response, adresses the COVID-19 scare and the impact of the virus. Emily Nemens, former editor of the Southern Review at LSU makes her novel debut with a book about baseball.
Lt. Gen. Russel Honore assesses the Louisiana gubernatorial election and its impact on the environment. Mary Durusau of the Old State Capitol discusses a new exhibit “Victory from Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience.” Author Phil Keith details the legendary life of Eugene Bullard profiled in the book “All Blood Runs Red.”
Lt. Gen. Russel Honoré joins us for the inaugural edition of Talk Louisiana. Honoré, who was regarded as a hero in leading the recovery from Hurricane Katrina, is now leading a group of environmental activists at the State Capitol. Honoré's Green Army will be active in the upcoming legislative session, pushing environmental reform. Honoré discusses the goals of the Green Army and provides his impressions about the state and national political system.
Russel Honore addresses the 12th anniversary of Katrina this month, danger in North Korea, unrest in Charlottesville, and environmental issues in Louisiana. An update on the Green Army is in store from Gen. Honore.