Interview with LSU football great Jimmy Field a community leader walking with the Lord. From his time on Billy Cannon led LSU teams, to traveling to Europe, to his successful law practice and election to the Louisiana Public Service Commission Jimmy talks about life and his long friendship with LD. Happy Holidays!
From desegregating Baton Rouge public schools, successful entrepreneur, educator to activist, What a life! An enlightening conversation full of emotion and humor with Living Legend Freya A Rivers.
A former marine, successful entrepreneur and currently “captured” husband’s humorous discussion of relationships and life. A raucous conversation with a man who has been everywhere and seen everything.
LSU Football Living Legend and former SEC Defensive Player of the Year describes growing up in Cecilia/Breaux Bridge; his prominent athletic career at LSU and the St. Louis Cardinals; and his struggles to stay alive and return to his family.
Living Legend describes the social, cultural and racial transformation of Louisiana State University. Professor Emeritus Durant gives an insiders look at negotiating the politics of academia and LSU and his role in the desegregation of the university.
The Living Legend describes the social, cultural and racial transformation of Louisiana State University in Pt2.
A teachers’ teacher provides a history of Scotlandville, LA, Jim Crow and her wise opinions on everything from education to politics with some surprising laughs.
The first and only joint interview of living legends Mike Williams and Lora Hinton the first Black football players in LSU history a Count Time Podcast exclusive.
Interview with Baton Rouge Living Legends Catherine Jackson and Gwendolyn Miller.
Covers everything from mass incarceration and prison life to reparations with the usual LD engaging point of view. Count Time guests Paul Thomas and Demond Gray discuss how the US justice system functions as a bank (commerce), how it functions on a penal sum and continued use of humans as property and assets.
Part II of Interview with Edna Jordan Smith she describes the visit she organized to Canada and Underground Railroad sites. A podcast on history with more on Louisiana, Creole and Haitian history. Edna Jordan Smith holds a Masters of Education Degree with an emphasis in Historical Research. She currently teaches Genealogical Research at the Bluebonnet […]
Dr Seck continues in Part II discussing religion, spirituality and superstition, Covid-19, rites of passage and his optimism for the future. Dr Ibrahima Seck is co-founder of the Whitney Plantation Museum where he serves as Director of Research. His research is mostly devoted to the historical and cultural links between West Africa and Louisiana. He […]