- Marie Laveaux: The Vodou Priestess Who Kept New Orleans Under Her Spell
- There is a painting from 1920 of New Orleans Vodou priestess Marie Laveaux. The solemn woman in the portrait gazes, almost mournfully, at us with just a hint of the power and mayhem that resided behind those eyes. It was in 1830s New Orleans that Marie ...
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- Soledad O'Brien's name is synonymous with committed, in-depth journalism on topics that don't always receive such treatment in mainstream media — topics like race and poverty in America. But who is the woman behind the reporting? O'Brien's own life is ...
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- Pole Dance Matters as Performers Tribute the Black Lives Matter Movement with
- The pole dance collaboration includes some of the industry's top polers including Candace Cane, Divine Em, Jamé Elis, Kelly Yvonne, Kitty Marie LaVeaux, Melody Amber-Marie, Onyx Black, Sasja Lee and Tehera Nesfield. A Chicago native, Mia Shanté aka ...
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- The infamous Marie Laveaux (a black woman slave owner) of Louisiana was convicted of mistreating her slaves and had all her slaves taken away from her.
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