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Black students were twice as likely to be suspended compared to white students in Louisiana schools.
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Report: Louisiana Schools Suspend Black, Low-Income Students At Higher Rates Than Peers

Researchers at the Education Research Alliance for New Orleans have released a new report showing Louisiana's black students and low-income students are more likely to be suspended than white and wealthier students.

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THE READING LIFE

The Reading Life with Jesmyn Ward

This week on The Reading Life: We celebrate our seventh anniversary show with MacArthur Fellow and National Book Award winner Jesmyn Ward, whose new novel is "Sing, Unburied, Sing." Jesmyn made history earlier this month by becoming the first woman to win two National Book Awards . Her first book was in 2011 for "Salvage the Bones"; her second, for the brilliant "Sing, Unburied, Sing," This follows winning a prestigious MacArthur Fellowship .

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Trump Jr., Kushner At Center Of Latest Russia Probe Revelations

Well have the latest on the investigations into Russian interference in the 2016 election including communications Donald Trump Jr. had with Wikileaks and increased scrutiny on the presidents son-in-law Jared Kushner  with CBS News Jeff Pegues, Reuters Jonathan Landay and Council on Foreign Relations senior fellow Max Boot. With guest host Jane Clayson. This show airs Monday at 10 a.m. EST. Guests: Jeff Pegues ,  CBS News correspondent. ( @jeffpeguescbs ) Jonathan Landay ,  Reuters...

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This week on Inside the Arts, we'll journey to the Marigny for Christmas Cocktails.  It's a holiday spectacular from the Marigny Opera Ballet.  The program premieres choreographer Diogo de Lima's, Aguas De Decembro, a Brazilian take on the holidays with a jazz score by Larry Sieberth.

Then, we'll explore a vivid chapter of America's photographic history-19th century American landscape photography made east of the Mississippi River, now on view at NOMA.

This week on The Reading Life: We celebrate our seventh anniversary show with MacArthur Fellow and National Book Award winner Jesmyn Ward, whose new novel is "Sing, Unburied, Sing." Jesmyn made history earlier this month by becoming the first woman to win two National Book Awards.

Black students were twice as likely to be suspended compared to white students in Louisiana schools.
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Researchers at the Education Research Alliance for New Orleans have released a new report showing Louisiana's black students and low-income students are more likely to be suspended than white and wealthier students. 

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This week on Le Show, Harry Shearer has News of AFPAK, News of Bees, New of the Smart World, News of the Olympic Movement, What the Frack, Apologies of the Week, plus great music and commentary on Al Franken and Roy Moore.

Continuum presents a program of Renaissance Band Music. The musical band is a group of specialized musicians usually playing various types of wind instruments sometimes with added vocals. You’ll hear three Renaissance bands performing; The New World Renaissance Band, Piffaro - The Renaissance Band, and The New York Renaissance Band. Included on the program is a suite of dances from the composition, Terpsichore, named after the muse of the dance, by composer Michael Praetorius (1571-1621).

New Orleans Election Results From The Lens

Nov 18, 2017
The Lens

Mayoral candidates Desiree Charbonnet and LaToya Cantrell faced off in a historic election on Saturday night, while Districts B and E determine New Orleans City Council runoff winners. See who carried which neighborhoods with The Lens’ results maps

On this week's show, we meet some mad scientists of the culinary world and uncover some of the greatest technical secrets of the kitchen and bar. We begin with culinary inventor Dave Arnold at New York’s former Booker and Dax, whose collaborations with Chef Wylie Dufresne have resulted in magical molecular gastronomy. He tells us about some of his wildest experiments in the kitchen.

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The New Orleans mayoral election is Saturday. WWNO’s Jessica Rosgaard sat down with both candidates. Here is her interview with councilwoman LaToya Cantrell, conducted on Monday, Nov. 13.

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The New Orleans mayoral election is Saturday. WWNO's Jessica Rosgaard sat down with both candidates. Here is her interview with former municipal court judge Desiree Charbonnet, conducted on Thursday, Nov. 16.

On this week's edition of All Things New Orleans, we'll chat about National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness week with representatives from Grace at the Green Light and the New Orleans Women & Children Shelter. Then, Jessica Rosgaard discusses the upcoming mayoral election with The Advocate's Stephanie Grace. 

And we'll share another story from Bring Your Own; a live story-telling series. 

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"A Prairie Home Companion" in New Orleans!

A Prairie Home Companion, will join the celebration of New Orleans’ 300th anniversary with a live nationwide broadcast from the Saenger Theatre.

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Le Show For The Week Of November 19, 2017

This week on Le Show, Harry Shearer has News of AFPAK, News of Bees, New of the Smart World, News of the Olympic Movement, What the Frack, Apologies of the Week, plus great music and commentary on Al Franken and Roy Moore.

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FOOD & DINING

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Where Y’Eat: If You're Chasing Perfection, Stay Away from My Thanksgiving Table

Even before you start picking at the turkey or swilling the early afternoon Beaujolais, you might be feeling a bit full of Thanksgiving. It’s the run up, which we are now in the midst of. As the calendar ticks down to Turkey day, we’re being stuffed with advice, product promos and tips to "master" the feast and host the "ultimate" holiday meal. How will yours compare?

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