452. Sue Lincoln, part 1
452. Part 1 of our conversation with Sue Lincoln. Sue is a veteran and widely-respected reporter who has been covering Louisiana politics for nearly three decades. Originally from Long Beach, California, Sue’s career in journalism began on the radio in Los Angeles. After moving to Louisiana, Sue earned her bachelor’s degree. For ten years, from 2000-2010, she was the Assistant News Director at Louisiana Network. Sue also worked as the education reporter for Louisiana Public Broadcasting and has contributed to various state publications as a freelance journalist. But she is perhaps best known as the voice of the popular politics Capitol Access. She has also been a reporter for the Bayou Brief. This week in Louisiana history. January 16, 1962 Students at Southern Univ. begin civil rights demonstrations. This week in New Orleans history. January 16, 2006. The "Chocolate City Speech" is the nickname that some have given to the Martin Luther King Jr. Day speech by Mayor Ray Nagin on January 16, 2006, several months after Hurricane Katrina. This week in Louisiana. History Tour of Natchitoches Natchitoches and the surrounding area. Natchitoches is the oldest city in the Louisiana Purchase, and both the city and its surrounding towns are filled with historical sites that tell of the state’s unique cultural history. Start your journey just by walking through Natchitoches itself, where you’ll find charming restaurants and shops in its 33-block downtown historical downtown district. A short drive outside of Natchitoches are numerous Louisiana State Historic Sites (Fort St. Jean Baptiste and Los Adaes) and the plantations of Cane River Creole National Historical Park. Discover the top things to do in Natchitoches. Postcards from Louisiana. Jay Dufour.Listen on iTunes.Listen on Google Play.Listen on Google Podcasts.Listen on Spotify.Listen on Stitcher.Listen on TuneIn.The Louisiana Anthology Home Page.Like us on Facebook.