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Min. Kojo Livingston A Community Icon Passes Away

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If anyone has the pleasure of meeting and working with Min. Kojo Livingston of New Orleans, La., and Shreveport, Louisiana  they can tell you that this man was a dedicated worker. Min. Kojo was an accomplished journalist with 22 years of experience writing for local and national publications. His work appeared in various news sources but most often as contributing columnist for the Louisiana Weekly.

Min. Kojo supported many causes in the Black community throughout New Orleans and Shreveport, Louisiana. He supported the works of host Antoinette Harrell in Tangipahoa Parish.

His work led him to collaboration with Christian Unity Baptist Church of New Orleans, the Republic of New Afrika, Amnesty International, SCLC, the New Orleans Committee Against Apartheid and others.

Please join host Antoinette Harrell and others as they discuss the works and legacy of the late Min. Kojo Livingston.

 

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