Friday, April 7, 2017

203. Dylan Waguespack, part 1.

203. Part 1 of our interview with Dylan Waguespack. Dylan is the Outreach and Communications Coordinator at Louisiana Budget Project working on tax reform for a fair, adequate and sustainable state budget. A young professional with a background in state government relations and communications strategy, Dylan has worked to advance state and federal policies which expand opportunity for people impacted by homelessness and hunger.
  1. This week in Louisiana history. April 8 1812 West Florida made part of Louisiana
  2. This week in New Orleans history.  De La Sallle High School, operated by the Christian Brothers, opened the doors to 76 Catholic freshman boys in 1949 in an old house on Pitt Street in New Orleans
  3. This week in Louisiana.
    Natchez Spring Pilgrimage
    Sunday, April 9 & following
    Venue information:
    Stanton Hall 401 High St. Natchez, MS 39120
    (601) 446-6631
    This spring, the city of Natchez, Mississippi will host a celebration of its rich local history with its annual Spring Pilgrimage—a rare opportunity for visitors to get an inside look at some of the most beautifully preserved antebellum mansions in the South. Nationally renowned for its dazzling collection of historic homes, Natchez hosts visitors from across the country each year for Pilgrimage programs, including special presentations, docent-led tours, theatrical performances, live music, and more.
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