Today on Louisiana Considered, we learn about the political roadblocks to addressing New Orleans’ violent crime problem. We also hear about heightened tensions over redistricting and learn about burn accident awareness and prevention.
Today on Louisiana Considered, we learn how the Jazz and Heritage Foundation is gearing up for the upcoming fest. We also learn how bygone Louisiana laws are still impacting inmates, and talk to Baton Rouge runner Julia Hawkins on her 106th birthday.
Today on Louisiana Considered, we learn about a new photography exhibit at the Jefferson Performing Arts Center that shares images of Black servicemen and women from World War II. And we hear what’s coming to the Marigny Opera House this season.