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Episode 108: Now and Always: A Louisiana Love Story

Covington author Christian Garcia discusses his book that contains love letters between his grandparents from over a hundred years ago. (Runtime 47:18)

Duration: 00:47:18

Episode 107: Purchased Lives Exhibit & Origins of Local African Americans Lecture

Learn all about "Purchased Lives: The American Slave Trade" exhibit from our Adult Programming Coordinator, Jillian Garner Boudreaux. You'll hear about what to expect and how you can view the exhibition and attend related programs. Also on this episode, historian Eva Semien Baham, PhD presents a lecture on African Americans in our parish. The lecture covers from the early origins to the present and how critical and important events shaped our community. (Runtime 1:28:33)

Duration: 01:28:33

STPL Podcast #105 - Our Sleepless Nights: Katrina (John Lee)

Author John Lee reads an excerpt from his book Our Sleepless Nights: Surviving Katrina and Burying Miss Vera. The story of neighbors helping neighbors in their time of need in the aftermath of 2005's devastating Hurricane Katrina.

Duration: 00:06:42

STPL Podcast #103 - "Marching to Zion: Faith in Forging Legacies and Lessons" Local African American church history (Dr. Eva Baham)

This episode features the latest presentation by History Professor and Historian Dr. Eva Semien Baham. This program is titled "Marching to Zion: Faith in Forging Legacies and Lessons" and it focuses on African American religious history. It draws from local church history and places them in the context of both regional and national experiences of African Americans and the work of religious groups which left strong and abiding legacies and lessons. (Runtime 56:14)

Duration: 00:56:13