Dr Leonard Garrett
Living Legend Dr. Len Garrett discusses his book, the trauma of his early life, the odd journey to the NFL and his quest for enlightenment.
Living Legend Kathy Andre-Eames discusses her book and her life facing the racial divide in Jim Crow Louisiana with her husband George Eames, Jr. while fighting for civil equality.
Women’s History Month – Annie Armstead Smart
This Women’s History Month episode of Count Time Podcast celebrates the legacy of Annie Armstead Smart. Known as the Harriet Tubman of her time, Annie Smart was a general in the war on poverty and injustice. She founded local an national organizations to address hunger and poverty. Her tenacity and fearlessness was known to shake […]
Women’s History Month – Sadie Roberts-Joseph
This Women’s History Month episode of Count Time Podcast celebrates the legacy of Sadie Roberts-Joseph. Sadie was the founder of Community Against Drugs and Violence (CADAV) and of the Odell S. Williams Now and Then African-American Museum. Her daughter Angela Roberts-Machen gives her reaction to the Professional Athletes Supporting Students (PASS) tribute video (watch below) […]
Women’s History Month – Ruthie Lee Millsap
This Women’s History Month episode of Count Time Podcast gives Ruthie Lee Millsap’s account of the Biloxi Beach Wade – In protest.
African Secret Society of the Komo
This Black History Month episode of Count Time Podcast is an excerpt from interview with Dr. Ibrahima Seck Pt2 as he describes the African rites of passage from teenager to the world of the adults. This African initiation society led by The Mask has links to the Mardi Gras Indians of New Orleans.
Baton Rouge Bus Boycott
This Black History Month episode of Count Time Podcast is an excerpt from interview with Johnnie A Jones, Sr. as he describes his experiences as the lawyer for the Baton Rouge Bus Boycott. The first successful civil rights bus boycott in the south.
Biloxi Beach Wade In
This Black History Month episode of Count Time Podcast Living Legends first hand description of the Biloxi Beach Wade also known as Bloody Sunday.
Deacons for Defense and Justice
This Black History Month episode of Count Time Podcast is an excerpt from interview with Charlie Granger as he describes his experiences as a member of the Deacons for Defense and Justice. Includes videos, links to award winning articles and the song “The Deacons” by its founder.
Verge Ausberry LSU Power Broker
LSU football standout, Executive Deputy Athletic Director and Executive Director of External Relations insightful discussion on building an athletic program the right way, impact of transfer portal and (NIL) Name Image Likeness. Verge Ausberry provides the keys to managing coaches and student-athletes.
Interview with Arlene Sanders
Moving stories from a real estate mogul and community servant. Living Legend Arlene Sanders details how her family came to own acres of land and was able to keep, farm and develop it since the 1800’s.
Living Legend at 95
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